Is trusted data the next step in the supply chain revolution?
Updated: Dec 20, 2022
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With Christian Benson, managing director for tax and international customs at Fujitsu. In November’s Atamai podcast, Christian Benson, managing director for tax and international customs at Fujitsu, discusses how trusted data is revolutionising supply chains, bringing efficiencies and helping to minimize the friction of moving goods across borders.
Working in partnership with experts in supply chain, data orchestration and blockchain, Christian discusses how technology is helping to provide relevant information to those who need it, but done in a way that provides trusted, verifiable data and creates a single source of the truth.
In conversation with ubloquity’s Dom Burch, Christian explains how bring data together from all stakeholders in the supply chain is benefiting supply chains worldwide, leading to a proliferation of use cases. Whether it’s the manufacturer who needs to know when goods are arriving so they can manage their production schedule, or the government agencies who need to know what goods are within each consignment and where they have come from, so they can make informed decisions about vehicles inspections, it looks like there’s a revolution coming.