Any business that needs a secure but trackable and incorruptible data such as a provider of logistics in Forest Park, Georgia, will benefit from blockchain technology and enabled platforms.
Originally, the accounting method and record-keeping technology behind the virtual currency Bitcoin have since evolved to be the game-changer in the field of logistics and transportation—which we use ourselves at Suzuyo America, Inc. as a provider of shipping services in Columbus, Ohio.
Simply put, blockchain is a distributed database technology. It holds digital information without a centralized authority, allowing for ease of transparency and security. This means:
- Easy coordination of documents.
Blockchain means easy coordination of documents using a centralized, shared distributed ledger. This eliminates, for instance, the need for paperwork for shipments in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, and other similar transactions.
- Quicker and more efficient processes.
Custom checkpoints can be cause for delays. With blockchain-enabled platforms, approvals and clearances can be done more efficiently.
- Trustworthy data.
The entire network validates the data inputted into the blockchain, which makes for updated, accurate, secured, and authentic information used in decisions.
- Fewer hiccups.
With steps recorded securely and inputted in real-time throughout the whole logistics ecosystem, fewer errors can be expected.
- Immediate solutions.
Blockchain means real-time order tracking and authentication, which means immediate, quantifiable solutions should there be hiccups on the way.