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1. Think you understand blockchain?
In general terms we kinda think we understand what blockchain is, right? It’s a distributed database with very secure encryption making it unchangeable and at the same time publicly visible and annonymous. ...
Created on 01 November 2018
2. Yes, There is a Trend
... slightly jaded view. Here’s what I’m seeing most recently. Blockchain Blockchain as a database is being touted as a “Supply Chain Revolution” that started with cryptocurrency and is migrating to ...
Created on 28 August 2018
3. When will blockchain overrun the supply chain?
...  Blockchain is a database technology just like SQL or any other. Just putting an EDI transaction in a blockchain doesn’t magically eliminate the need to translate the content into a common schema. Each ...
Created on 31 July 2018
4. Is Blockchain the Answer… to Everything Supply Chain?
... store data. That means that in many cases blockchain can be added to existing systems as a replacement or at least an adjunct to the databases that store data. Its distributed redundant architecture make ...
Created on 07 May 2018
5. Bar Codes in food and drugs
... information like date of production, date of delivery, location of origin, and supplier plus much more. The capacity to store information directly then coupled with information stored in databases means ...
Created on 27 February 2018
6. Will Digital Tech Save Your Supply Chain?
... applied to your efforts depends entirely on how you and your trading partners use them. Blockchain - Basically a secure and distributed database but not a product in itself. It’s been widely associated ...
Created on 19 February 2018
7. Technologies are defining the supply chain
...  Blockchain data structures are closely related to crypto currencies because they underpin many of them as secure distributed databases that have proven to be reliable even in their relatively short history. ...
Created on 29 January 2018
8. Blockchain Obstacles and Opportunities
... them together and distributes them across a decentralized network of databases that is continuously synchronized. Tampering is easier to identify with blockchain than centralized networks, since all participants ...
Created on 01 January 2018
9. DB Schenker Reduces Onboarding Time for eCommerce Customers
... and several databases. DB Schenker can now quickly get its customers up and running, including logistics and supply chain services within only four weeks, providing an important competitive advantage. ...
Created on 30 August 2017
10. Privacy Policy
...  event that we learn we have collected any personal information from a child under the age of 13 without verification of parental consent, we will delete that information from our database as quickly a ...
Created on 18 July 2017
11. Don’t Drive Without a Dashboard
... through your systems, is it even possible to separate the standard data from the trouble signals? Old school tools like spreadsheets and even database reports can be harnessed to consolidate data and ...
Created on 04 October 2016
12. What's the Difference: SasS, Cloud, or Hosted
... s database rather than as a separate database in itself. Some systems may have discrete instances of identical databases. Setup is quick,  typically only a matter of creating an account ID. There  ...
Created on 05 April 2016
13. Clouds Defined
... n is installed on a system that is accessible via the Internet. Generally Multi-tenant, meaning that each account exists as a segment of the system's database rather than as a separate database in itse ...
Created on 29 December 2015
14. Reasons to Love Hadoop
In a typically well-informed analysis, Lora Cecere takes a look at what the Big Data technology called Hadoop has to offer. According to her article on the Supply Chain Shaman site, there are compelling ...
Created on 07 December 2015
15. Supply Chain Management Dashboards Growing
... dashboards are poorly integrated with underlying databases and systems. As one respondent put it, “dashboards are only as good as the data getting into them. Organizations must ensure that relevant data ...
Created on 19 October 2015
16. Implementing Supply Chain Analytics
...  data can be estimated by matching to the historical database. Again, understand the calculations behind the reports. Benchmark results against others in the staff. Finally users, you have a powerfu ...
Created on 03 December 2014
17. Big Data Applications & Cloud a Heavenly Match?
... We have some high-profile vendors such as Amazon Web Services, Google, Microsoft, IBM and Rackspace who offer cloud-based Hadoop and NoSQL database platforms to support big data applications. None of t ...
Created on 19 November 2014
18. Big Data Questions
We're all over the place on Big Data as it proceeds through the hype cycle. On the Wired site, Simon Moss takes a shot at telling us where it's valuable and where it may not be.It's technology on a broad ...
Created on 29 October 2014
19. When Supply Chains Merge: Mistakes To Avoid
... ction systems and build a common database. Then this database can be used to resolve duplicate data descriptions and meanings. This way, management reporting continues without expensive system redesign. M ...
Created on 20 October 2014
20. SCM Personnel: Hardest Jobs To Fill
...  “My job is to analyze the movement of goods through the supply pipeline, monitor current processes, identify and analyze gaps, and develop process improvements. I am expected to use my skills in databas ...
Created on 10 September 2014