In general, blockchain and other distributed ledger technologies can help to improve processes when...
- In a collaborative business process different parties need to work together.
- These parties only trust each other to a limited extent.
- All parties need to share certain pieces of information and agree on them.
Blockchain achieves that by introducing auditability, traceability, and transparency.
Deloitte asked in 2020 in which fields companies are working on blockchain projects. Here are the results.
DiLLaS (Distributed Ledger for Logistics and Supply Chain Management) offers a new and unique view on shipment events data for logistics companies and their partners. DiLLaS enables end-to-end tracking of valuable parcels with fragile or perishable goods in real-time. Define Service Level Agreements, track your parcel's conditions with IoT devices, and mitigate problems before they occur. All secured in a privacy-preserving manner with the blockchain technology.
DiLLaS is used in supply chain management for containers, lifestock and medical goods.
With over 2 years of application, DiLLaS' adoption is rising.
The blockchain is used for secure and private tracking of supply chains.
DiLLaS is backed by an European consortium.
CertifyX enables the tamper-proof storage and logging of documents in a privacy-preserving way with the blockchain technology. Certify, save, and verify documents at all times or let others do so for you. With CertifyX you have a trusted basis for all your documents with other companies.
CertifyX can run on different blockchains.
CertifyX can be easily integrated into your existing workflow.