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Keeping Perishibles Moving

According to Forbes, NFTs and blockchain can keep the perishables supply chain flowing smoothly. 

As the global perishable food market grew to roughly $152.24 billion by the end of 2022, and continues to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 9.5% per year, leaders in the perishables supply chain space are expected to accommodate these remarkable growth rates in nearly every capacity


Using Tech for a Better Customer Experience

According to Harvard Business Review, technology can be used to enhance the customer experience.

The last few years have been characterized by an overwhelming amount of change for customers and marketplaces.


Blockchain Keeps Food Chain Visible

Ethereum and VeChain demonstrate the use of blockchain technology in the global food chain, reports Crypto News Flash.

The discussions on the importance of blockchain technology are gaining momentum and two of the most versatile Layer-1 protocols, Ethereum (ETH) and VeChain are gaining momentum in related conversations globally.


Pricefx Closes Five New Wholesale Distribution Customers with SAP

-Pricefx, a global leader in cloud-native pricing software, today announced it has signed five new wholesale distribution customers. These customers, including U.S. natural food distributor KeHE, selected Pricefx’s SAP® endorsed app to help them deliver a better customer experience, improve margins and maximize their ERP investment.


Technology & Employees Make a Strong Supply Chain

According to Supply & Demand Executive, technology and the workforce can create a stronger supply chain.

Developing a strong workforce depends on a number of factors, from establishing mutual respect and creating opportunities for communication and engagement, to providing meaningful training and advancement opportunities using the industry’s latest technology


Execs Feel Tech Hasn't Paid Off

A new survey by PwC finds that executives feel their investment in supply chain technology has yet to payoff, reports Supply Chain Quarterly.

Despite all the focus on digitalization of the supply chain, 83% of 305 executives surveyed by the consulting company PwC say that their supply chain technology investments have not fully delivered expected results.


Tech That Will Reshape Supply Chain

According to Supply Chain Digital, there are several technologies that are going to reshape the supply chain.

Technology is key to helping businesses reshape supply chain, and here are 10 of the most important forms of it


Digital Monitoring

Experts say that manufacturers can monitor their supply chains with digital technologies, which will make them more resilient, report The Manufacturer.

Manufacturers are being urged to step up their adoption of digital technologies to monitor supply chains as part of efforts to build resilience in the face of permanent volatility in their markets.


Using Machine Learning in Logistics

According to Talking Logistics, machine learning can optimize the supply chain.

The supply chain as we know it continues to evolve, and that is due in part to learning from the effects of the industry impacts over the last few years. 


Self Healing Supply Chains

Experts believe that technology can help form “self healing” supply chains, reports Supply Chain Digital.

Ongoing supply disruption and the prevailing climate of economic and geopolitical uncertainty means there has never been a greater need for procurement to be a strategic business function. 


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