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Webinar - Survey Results: Usage of Blockchain in Canadian Supply Chains - Shared screen with speaker view
Gary Newbury
16:49
Looks like this will be a "ah-ha" session....looking at the short presentation I reviewed earlier
Tracy Persoglio [She/Her] - CITT
17:47
Please leave any questions here in the chat
Gary Newbury
24:03
Of the 85 sample respondents, can you provide some thoughts on the split between B2B and B2C supply chain operations....and their seniority
Gary Newbury
26:13
Given the technology is stable and well proven, what are the top three reasons for such a lack of adoption across Canadian supply chains?
Aruna
29:44
In terms of Authenticity and Fraud Prevention - pardon my ignorance here - is there an overlap here with Electronic Product Codes and RFID Tags ? Thanks. Ajay
Aruna
31:42
Second Question : In terms of ROI, is there any data available that supports the use of Block Chain Technology, and turns it into a competitive advantage ? Thanks. Ajay
Stephen Thomson
32:25
The majority of our respondents where from B2B of the 52 respondents who completed the question about what industry they represent, 38 from B2B environements.
Barry Frain
32:45
What does “through the transfer of material information between business partners” Could you provide some examples?
Gary Newbury
33:22
Is there a fundamental flaw in how business cases are constructed in terms of how wide the impact of implementing a blockchain network across suppliers. It's not a piece of tech with a direct ROI, rather a change of doing business and the opportunity to create items such as digital twins, control towers and RPA....and touched on in my ten step plan for scalable supply networks
Brian Watson
33:53
What is the distribution of respondents by location? Do you have a breakdown of respondents by industry?
Gary Newbury
34:24
Here's the article for reference https://issuu.com/iqbusinessmedia/docs/sp_feb_22_de/16
Craig McLean
35:44
Is there a "pay as you play" service for a company to use to get on Block Chain to address the cost reluctance?
Gary Newbury
42:38
Under the heading of transparency, and the consumer's interest in understanding exactly the history of what they are buying, would it be a good assumption to suggest that the "sustainability" agenda, or even ESG might drive more movement towards blockchain transparency to provide this "wraparound" of products bought by consumers?
Nadya Nadya
43:44
How to convince other companies to join to private blockchain? is there any incentive or something that can be a positive attraction in the business perspective for those company? if none, how to increase the scabality of particular private blockchain?
Tracy Persoglio [She/Her] - CITT
48:25
https://www.citt.ca/blockchain/index.html
Nadya Nadya
49:39
is there any use case when digital twin is integrate with blockchain implementation?
Barry Frain
50:54
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Wuk7nuxVDQ
Barry Frain
54:42
Do you see WCO standards being introduced?
Nadya Nadya
57:46
last question from me. curently a lot of vendor offer blockhain implementation. how we differentiate between them to find the perfect match with our business? or what is the criteria to guarantee that the project will be sucessfully implemented?
Brian Watson
01:02:01
Thank you Stephen, Kevin, and Erik.
Nadya Nadya
01:04:34
Great! thank you for answering my question!
Craig McLean
01:05:38
That also was exactly what I was referring to. BaaS!! Look Out!!
Craig McLean
01:06:38
Block Chain Standards will be as standard as a Barcode Standard = Not!!
Aruna
01:08:29
Thanks, Stephen, Erik, and Kevin + CITT - Excellent session !
noratsui
01:08:45
Thanks
Gary Newbury
01:08:56
Thanks for a great discussion Erik, Kevin and Stephen
9 - Tim Bartlett
01:09:06
Thank you!