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One Network Enterprises New One Blockchain Solution

New blockchain solution enables customers to build blockchain enabled multi-party apps and transact with trading partners over the blockchain.

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New blockchain solution enables customers to build blockchain enabled multi-party apps and transact with trading partners over the blockchain.

One Network delivers new One Chain™ solution offering game-changing multi-party blockchain apps to be built while making them available to existing trading partners.

In this white paper Ranjit Notani, One Network CTO examines Blockchain’s powerful potential as well as a major problem and whether and how Blockchains can revolutionize the Supply Chain.

David Cearley, vice president, and Gartner Fellow details the Gartner Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends 2018 including artificial intelligence, immersive experiences, digital twins, event-thinking and continuous adaptive security.

This white paper looks at the fundamentals that supply chains need in place in order to achieve real results from Artificial Intelligence implementations.

Supply chain managers have yet to fully embrace the power of blockchain technology, say analysts, but the advance seems all but inexorable.

The new solution enables carriers, freight forwarders, distributors, custom brokers, and suppliers to execute the global fulfillment and transportation process from a single access point, accelerating the transition of businesses to interconnected digital trading communities.

This solution paper describes how the Global Logistics Gateway enables a digital network of networks for a trading partner ecosystem, and increases service levels, improves asset utilization, and reduces costs.

With the big ERP vendors invading their turf, best-of-breed SCM providers are coming up with deeper, niche-oriented solutions to help shippers manage their supply chains, our analysts discuss just how far ERP can go in this sector that’s now considered the foundation of success for digital commerce.

In the race to use AI, many companies have made attempts to implement it, but the results have been disappointing, and despite its benefits when looked at through the lens of a supply chain executive, AI is relatively useless unless it’s able to add value to support better decision-making.

The Internet of Things is real, Morgan Stanley estimates that 75 billion devices will be connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) by 2020, so what does IoT mean for your supply chain?

Volvo Cars, the premium car maker, has announced that every Volvo it launches from 2019 will have an electric motor, marking the historic end of cars that only have an internal combustion engine (ICE) and placing electrification at the core of its future business.

This white paper details how companies can leverage the cloud for predictive and actionable supply network operations, integrated financial measurement, and integrated business planning.

How a radically different approach to supply chain yields vastly improved results.

In its latest effort to compete with online giant Amazon, Walmart is testing a delivery service using its own store employees, who will deliver packages ordered online while driving home from their regular work shifts.