Mastercard’s Airline Payments Collab | Gov’t Procurement’s Amazon Fears | Pepsi Goes For Blockchain

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Mastercard’s airline payments collab, gov’t procurement’s Amazon fears and Pepsi goes for blockchain
 


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Pepsi Supply Chain Jolt Via Blockchain


As blockchain moves farther afield from crypto connections, supply chain tracking gains traction, with Pepsi noting a significant efficiency boost in a trial. Elsewhere, one study claims that the bulk of supply chain-focused blockchain projects will fizzle.


 


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eProcurement


US Government's eProcurement Push Raises Amazon Dominance Fears


As the U.S. federal government continues to spend more money on eMarketplaces, the General Services Administration has commenced a project to build a new online portal for government purchases. Yet, the effort may spark more fears that Amazon will be favored over other eCommerce service providers.


 


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Supply Chain Management

To Optimize Supply Chains, Big Data Must Have The Need For Speed


Adjusting supply chain management strategies often stems from pressure to cut costs, but it's a mindset that's holding organizations back from true optimization, says Locus Co-founder and CEO Nishith Rastogi. He explains how the technologies that promote flexibility and data analytics will be the ones to enable supply chain optimization — and why that doesn't necessarily include blockchain (yet).


 


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