Blockchain Financial Supply Chains - Navigate Transformation Inc.

Blockchain Financial Supply Chains

Blockchain Financial Supply Chains will outperform other companies. It is the future to streamline processes, costs, and innovation for companies and their customers.

What Blockchain is?

Blockchain is a public register in which transactions between two users belonging to the same network are stored in a secure, verifiable and permanent way. The data relating to the exchanges are saved inside cryptographic blocks, connected in a hierarchical manner to each other. This creates an endless chain of data blocks — hence the name blockchain — that allows you to trace and verify all the transactions you have ever made.

Why it makes a difference?

The blockchain has great potential. It makes available a huge amount of data immediately and safely, streamlining processes, reducing expenses by reducing operational risks of errors and reconciliations and simplifying the information transmission system. Blockchain will excel artificial intelligence and loT to make everything from supply chain to digital identity management smarter and secure.

Where operations, financial and supply chain blockchain is going?

The primary function of a blockchain is, therefore, to certify transactions between people. Blockchain will supercharge artificial intelligence and IoT to make everything from supply chains to digital identity management smarter and more secure. This can be used for in financial exchange, agreements/contracts, tracking and, of course, payment within financial supply chains. Ultimately, blockchain can increase the efficiency and transparency of supply chains and positively impact everything from warehousing to delivery to payment. Chain of command is essential for many things, and blockchain has the chain of command built in.

Forward thinking companies are transforming blockchain’s promise into bottom-line business results. Blockchain is the next step beyond the internet. Change management and transformation will be critical to success.

PwC study shows four out of five executives surveyed (84%) report blockchain initiatives underway.