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Blockchain Uncloaks Supply Chain Management!
The implementation of blockchain enables complete transparency across the entire chain of managing the transport goods and services, including manufacturing, insurance, repairs, recalls, and other aspects.
FREMONT, CA – One never gives a second thought about the lifecycle of food they eat, the clothes they wear, and the cars they drive. Each and every product goes through a multitude of services and processes before it finally reaches the consumer, and this is termed as supply chain management. It involves a convoluted web of transactions between the producers and suppliers when carrying products and services across the globe.
Even though globalization has brought many advantages to the supply chain, it has also caused several drawbacks. Often, consumers find it difficult, and sometimes impossible, to track the source of the products. The lack of transparency in the supply chain process not only results in catastrophic outcomes but also leads to mishandling and fraudulent behavior.
The implementation of blockchain enables complete transparency across the entire chain of managing the transport goods and services, including manufacturing, insurance, repairs, recalls, and other aspects. It helps the organizations in tackling the complex troves of data and stores it in a single database which can be accessed by the relevant parties. Since the database is decentralized and stored across different systems, there is no question of data manipulation or inaccuracy.
Data is an invaluable resource for every industry, and the incorporation of blockchain brings transparency as well as security to the data. It also benefits the consumers in eliminating uncertainties and inaccuracies when it comes to the products and services purchased by them. Blockchain enables all the involved parties to access the identical copies of the ledger.
The validity of every blockchain transaction is verified by the node computers on the network when it is incorporated into the database. Every member with access to the system can view the transactions. Besides, any attempt to manipulate the data on the network is eliminated by the node computers if it is not in agreement with the existing information.
The decentralized, transparent, and secure features offered by blockchain have made it an ideal solution for global supply chains. In every organization, transparency is one of the most critical factors that facilitate effective management of the global economy and marketplace. The adoption of blockchain will enable accuracy and transparency across all transactions, leading to a secure and efficient process in supply chain management.