These Three Technologies are Hot, But Are Supply Chains Adopting Them?

| December 19, 2019

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Blockchain, artificial intelligence, and robotics are some of the hottest technologies to grace the business stage, if the media is to be believed. Have they hit the mainstream in major industries though? We took a look at the state of adoption in the supply chain world, and here’s what we found. Are Supply Chains Warming to These 3 Hot Technologies? Media coverage of the supply chain sector, and indeed, industry in general, is abuzz with hype about the latest and greatest technologies, such as blockchain, artificial intelligence, and robotics.

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At Arrowstream, we are driven by innovation, integrity and the desire to ‘do the right thing' in reshaping the foodservice supply chain. We use a collaborative approach to deliver sustainable strategies and solutions that add value for the entire trading network. We are committed to creating a trusting environment that enables participants to share benefits without giving up their competitive advantage. We believe this collaborative and trust-based business approach enables greater value than could be achieved by organizations acting alone.

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