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SUPPLY CHAIN
The logistics industry involves multiple co-ordinating parties: manufacturers, customers, suppliers, auditors, etc. A single ledger allows multiple stakeholders to store a common record on authenticity, origin, property certificates, and storage location. Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) allows for transparency in documents and transactions, thereby increasing supply chains’ efficiency and agility through this disruptive innovation
Challenges
Facilitating the sharing of more precise and timely information related to production, quality assurance, distribution and logistics within multi-exchange party supply chains
Solutions
Leverage SnapScale DLT to bring trust and break data silos across supply chains at the edge, enabling standardization of logistics management processes and keeping immutable audit trails
Benefits
Support transparency, boost productivity, lower operational costs, with enhanced customer satisfaction across the value chain. This solution also defends against counterfeiting, physical tampering and hacking through data theft
Standardization of Logistics Management Processes
The matchmaking of service providers and customers takes place within the logistics domain can be processed through a blockchain protocol. This guarantees that all participants follow the same standards, thereby generating interoperability. Every economic agent has access to a public registry in which all available services are listed. Thus, reducing the barriers to entry, and decreases the lock-in effects of conventional platforms

The outcome of the matchmaking process is settled via a smart contract published on SnapScale DLT along with predefined terms. The ledger serves as a universal accounting tool that is ultimately used for transaction settlements across the ecosystem
Supply Chain Audit Trail
SnapScale DLT-based audit trails provides a consensus driven and tamper-proof trail of data and events record that are helpful in tracking provenance in supply-chain solutions

SnapScale DLT safeguards audit trails from single point-of-failure by replicating over multiple trusted MEC agents, governed through a consortium of Mobile Network Operators

Keeping an accurate record of such audit trails for enterprises, is critical in ensuring smart contract compliance with the set of predefined terms
Value Proposition
Real-time traceability
Apply real-time data to enable location encryption in pinpointing delivery status across the value chain
International trade fees minimization
Automation through letter of credits creation, with approval executed via smart contracts
Speedy insurance claims
Recorded IoT sensor data event logs are logged on DLT, thereby enable trusted insurance claims amongst multi-parties
Reduced custom clearance process
Duties & Customs can access timely and tamper-free shipment information on the DLT
Fraud detection & dispute resolution
Apply IDaaS (Counterfeit goods) via smart contracts, to automate compensation as per insurance policy
SUPPLY CHAIN
The logistics industry involves multiple co-ordinating parties: manufacturers, customers, suppliers, auditors, etc. A single ledger allows multiple stakeholders to store a common record on authenticity, origin, property certificates, and storage location. Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) allows for transparency in documents and transactions, thereby increasing supply chains’ efficiency and agility through this disruptive innovation
Challenges
Facilitating the sharing of more precise and timely information related to production, quality assurance, distribution and logistics within multi-exchange party supply chains
Solutions
Leverage SnapScale DLT to bring trust and break data silos across supply chains at the edge, enabling standardization of logistics management processes and keeping immutable audit trails
Benefits
Support transparency, boost productivity, lower operational costs, with enhanced customer satisfaction across the value chain. This solution also defends against counterfeiting, physical tampering and hacking through data theft
Standardization of Logistics Management Processes
The matchmaking of service providers and customers takes place within the logistics domain can be processed through a blockchain protocol. This guarantees that all participants follow the same standards, thereby generating interoperability. Every economic agent has access to a public registry in which all available services are listed. Thus, reducing the barriers to entry, and decreases the lock-in effects of conventional platforms

The outcome of the matchmaking process is settled via a smart contract published on SnapScale DLT along with predefined terms. The ledger serves as a universal accounting tool that is ultimately used for transaction settlements across the ecosystem
Supply Chain Audit Trail
SnapScale DLT-based audit trails provides a consensus driven and tamper-proof trail of data and events record that are helpful in tracking provenance in supply-chain solutions

SnapScale DLT safeguards audit trails from single point-of-failure by replicating over multiple trusted MEC agents, governed through a consortium of Mobile Network Operators

Keeping an accurate record of such audit trails for enterprises, is critical in ensuring smart contract compliance with the set of predefined terms
Value Proposition
Real-time traceability
Apply real-time data to enable location encryption in pinpointing delivery status across the value chain
International trade fees minimization
Automation through letter of credits creation, with approval executed via smart contracts
Speedy insurance claims
Recorded IoT sensor data event logs are logged on DLT, thereby enable trusted insurance claims amongst multi-parties
Reduced custom clearance process
Duties & Customs can access timely and tamper-free shipment information on the DLT
Fraud detection & dispute resolution
Apply IDaaS (Counterfeit goods) via smart contracts, to automate compensation as per insurance policy