Summary

Blockchain technology will have a difficult year in 2018. As the cost and complexity of implementing blockchain solutions becomes apparent, many of the early blockchain projects will either be quietly shelved in favor of more traditional approaches or they will evolve in a way that reduces their dependence on blockchain technology.

Blockchain can help FMCG manufacturers, consumers, and retailers to better track the provenance of stock, give them greater control over what is sold, and provide guarantees for food safety and sourcing. The technology is particularly useful for controlling supply chains since every change to data, such as manufacturing dates and locations, can be tracked. This can eliminate the use of unreliable suppliers, child labor, and poor quality ingredients.

The report focuses on analysing blockchain in retail and FMCG.


Scope

  • This report analyses the impact of blockchain in retail and FMCG.
  • It discusses how retailers and FMCG brands benefit from blockchain.
  • It identifies current leaders in the blockchain technology theme.




Reasons To Buy

  • The report highlights some of the key players in the blockchain industry.
  • It identifies some of the key trends in the blockchain technology theme.
  • The report discusses the blockchain value chain by use case.
  • It provides an industry analysis, explaining how businesses are gradually adopting the blockchain technology.
  • The report analyses the impact of blockchain on retail and FMCG through case studies, and key recommendations for FMCG companies, retailers, and IT vendors.
  • The report also discusses the impact of blockchain on payments, and identifies the key winners and losers in the payments sector.
  • It offers a technology briefing, explaining how blockchain has developed over the last decade and how it works.