• Coronavirus demands illustrate the brokenness of traditional supply chain
• Blockchain methods emphasize trust and data strengths, but innovations are in early stages
The latest examples of the brokenness of the current state of the supply chain market are illustrated by the global pandemic.
COVID-19 has exposed the inability to access and mange adequate supplies of ventilators and PPEs, including proper visibility into the quality of expired and damaged goods unknowingly being sent to hospital workers. The issue demonstrates the need for an evaluation of how current supply chain systems supply, track, and manage goods and services. At the same time, the momentum behind blockchain as the answer for serving as a modern day supply chain alternative should be considered, but won’t be entirely straightforward, considering its recent emergence. Continue reading “COVID-19: Under the Coronavirus Strain, Will Blockchain be the New Supply Chain?”