You have probably heard a lot about blockchain in the past few years. It is best known as the technology behind bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, but it has lots of other potential uses—including the potential to revolutionize the HR industry.
Temperature control and cold chain have repeatedly ranked as a top concern, according to DHL.
The healthcare industry has been stage to some impressive technological applications. Be it at the research center, in a clinical trial, or a treatment facility, technology has been the leading player behind the scenes and on stage.
Thanks to blockchain technologies, supply chain teams can now track the safety and traceability of products and data across the entire supply chain in ways—and at speeds—once unimaginable.
Co-designed with Accenture, the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Blockchain Value Framework is the second in a series of white papers aimed at enterprises and organisations wishing to understand how blockchain technology can deploy as a tool to achieve a specific purpose. It argues that blockchain is not a goal in itself.
The partnership will provide DiMuto with expertise, including business and operations advisory support, to scale up its operations in the international agri-food coldchain market.