I cambiamenti climatici in atto hanno ormai avviato da tempo la discussione sul tema dello sviluppo sostenibile.
Per le imprese questo significa accettare la sfida di trasformare i rischi climatici in opportunità di crescita per realizzare uno sviluppo economico compatibile con la salvaguardia dell’ambiente e attuare politiche aziendali orientate verso clima e sostenibilità.
Vediamo come un’azienda può trasformare questa sfida in un’opportunità di crescita!
We’re stepping into the next stage in consumer-business relationships. As consumer awareness of environmentally friendly practices increases, companies need to enact significant changes towards building the ethical and sustainable supply chain of the future. One that ensures sustainable sourcing, manufacturing and product distribution.
In this article we explore 6 concrete steps to make your supply chain more ethical and sustainable.
The application of smart contracts can streamline transactions across the globe. Friction points smart contracts can solve begin with the automation of trust between parties. This is blockchain’s primary purpose.
Smart contracts can reduce the operational friction required to validate ownership, identity and contractual terms by allowing participants to interact directly with one another with no middlemen providing verification.
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More and more enterprises are turning to smart legal contracts for managing supply chain ecosystems efficiently. Smart legal contracts can provide secure, accessible digital versions to all parties in a single transaction. In addition, they can also manage the workflow of approvals and automatically transfer upon all signatures being collected.
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The relationship between blockchain and supply chains has developed in recent years. Thanks to concrete examples and successful pilots, blockchain and smart contracts for supply chain automation are now gaining momentum.
In less than a decade we’ve started to see real-world applications and how some industries are already reaping the benefits. Distributed ledger and blockchain technology clearly have many far-reaching implications for global trade and supply chains.
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The COVID-19 pandemichas had a dramatic effect on global trade, disrupting industries, economies, and supply chains. Prolonged lockdown periods caused a supply and demand shock. Governments, businesses, and individual consumers struggled to procure basic products and materials. Most of them were forced to confront the fragility of the modern supply chain to achieve better supply chain resilience.