Topic: blockchain-in-supply-chain
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How Real-time Visibility Solves 4 Key Pharma Supply Chain Challenges How Real-time Visibility Solves 4 Key Pharma Supply Chain Challenges

By Ivan Diaz
Read Time 10 Mins.

Pharmaceuticals is one industry that's always standing on the verge of doing 'the next big thing' when it comes to...

IoT in Pharma Supply Chain — Evolution from Vaccine Vial Monitors to Dataloggers to IoT IoT in Pharma Supply Chain — Evolution from Vaccine Vial Monitors to Dataloggers to IoT

By Hari Haran KB
Read Time 8 Mins.

Ensuring product quality when shipping pharmaceutical products is a matter of life or death. This led to the...

Tackling Counterfeit Medicines — Barcodes vs. RFID vs. Blockchain Tackling Counterfeit Medicines — Barcodes vs. RFID vs. Blockchain

By Premsai Sainathan
Read Time 7 Mins.

A WHO report says poor countries lose over 250,000 children to fake and substandard drugs of malaria and pneumonia...

Connecting Your ERP with IoT and Ultimately Blockchain Connecting Your ERP with IoT and Ultimately Blockchain

By Jim Sabogal
Read Time 8 Mins.

Most companies have an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software in place to support their business and supply...

What Are the Benefits of Blockchain in a Digital Supply Chain? What Are the Benefits of Blockchain in a Digital Supply Chain?

By Premsai Sainathan
Read Time 3 Mins.

Open data, trustable records, and easy authentication with blockchain could eliminate delays, disruptions, and...

Why Blockchain is Important for a Connected Supply Chain Why Blockchain is Important for a Connected Supply Chain

By Rainer Kuehling
Read Time 5 Mins.

Blockchain, the technology that cryptocurrencies are built on, has the potential to transform more than just online...

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