Blockchain technology has the potential to be a key player in many industries and it is not limited to cryptocurrency. As the technology matures, different use cases emerge for retail, supply chain, consumer packaged goods, supermarkets, and more.
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The pandemic has altered the where and how of global consumer spend.
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As business leaders have realized blockchain's massive potential, Nisum EVP shares his thoughts on why supply chain is ripe for blockchain disruption -- from back-end inventory management processes all the way to front-end customer experiences in this Forbes article, "Three Ways Blockchain Is Disrupting Supply Chains (And None Of Them Are Bitcoin)". Read it on Forbes or continue reading below for the full article.
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The Nisum Blockchain Lab is a nominee for the 2020 Edison Awards. Since 1987, the Edison Awards™ have recognized and honored some of the most innovative new products, services and business leaders in the world. The 2020 Edison Award nominees are a diverse collection of the smartest innovations, newest technologies and brightest advancements across sixteen distinct categories.
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The Santiago Chamber of Commerce hosted a workshop focused on the challenges and uses of blockchain in business applications. The head of Nisum's Blockchain Lab, Sebastian Martinez, was able to share insights on the security and transparency benefits blockchain can provide for an organization. Check out photos from the workshop below.
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Nisum VP Shares Insights on 2018 Trends with InformationWeek in "How IT Leaders Can Prepare for 2018"
Nisum’s Sajid Mohamedy outlines three technology concepts that should be key priorities for IT leaders going into the new year in his InformationWeek article. These three technologies, which are already disrupting business, include artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, and digital security. Read the full text below, or see the article on InformationWeek here.