Open use for all companies. Data control and confidentiality remains under the entire control of each company to protect business secrets.
A common digital solution harmonising the communication between stakeholders and partners, answering to information systems difficulty.
A cryptocurrency-free blockchain, allowing companies to have a total control on costs incurred, without any possibility of speculation.
The Blockchain can simply be defined as a database distributed among all the actors of a network. The data is stored in fixed structures called "blocks". Each block has a unique reference, is timestamped and linked to the previous block. It is possible to access the previous blocks stored on the block chain and up to the very first, the data becomes verifiable and tamper-proof.
Function based mainly on arithmetic, to guarantee the confidentiality of the data as well as their authenticity.
Distributed trust system, allowing the addition of a new block on the chain when the majority of the nodes of the network validate the authenticity.
The nodes of a network the individuals or organizations connected to it and responsible for validating the transactions and feeding the computing power of the Blockchain. They bring the necessary hardware to solve cryptographic problems in real time.
Autonomous program that runs automatically on the Blockchain as long as the specified conditions are met in their entirety.
Third digital trust, it draws its data from one or more sources (eg private / public databases ...) and injects them into the Blockchain to allow the execution of Smart Contracts.
Starting in April, a team of business experts and technical experts with an appetite for the supply chain sector came together to find digital solutions to the sector's problems.
Industrialize our proof of concept and allow the actors to test the interest of our solution in their daily life.
Add IoT sensors and mobile apps to our blockchain to automate and certify certain events.
Prove that our solution responds to the problems of the Supply Chain and responds from a technological point of view to operational constraints.
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