At the start of 2021 UNISOT partnered with GS1 Norway, the Global Language of Business.
Derek Little from Technology Trailblazers invited Stephan Nilsson to his podcast: Branding with Blockchain Traceability. He elaborates on the problem of food safety, how his smart digital twin solution helps, and how enterprises can start building a stronger brand through traceability.
Bitcoin Association Founding President Jimmy Nguyen and UNISOT Founder & CEO Stephan Nilsson took the virtual stage on October 13 for The Food Institute’s “Blockchain for the Food Industry” webinar.
ABENDUM’s Triple-Entry Bookkeeping system sheds a light to public accounting by integrating the bookkeeping to a shared ledger. The ledger preserves an audit trail able to prove that my costs were your income – while maintaining privacy.
UNISOT Enterprise Blockchain Platform is known for its Global Traceability, Product Provenance, Secure Data Exchange and ERP Plug-in services provided by their Seafood Industry Solution SeafoodChain.
The two industry leading companies UNISOT and CodeIT have entered a partnership that will broaden and strengthen both companies’ service offerings within Global Visibility and Secure Data Storage.
What is blockchain technology? How is it applicable to the food and beverage industry? Join Food Institute’s webinar on Tues., Oct. 13 as we delve into one of the more noteworthy technological innovations of our time: enterprise blockchain.
The use of public blockchain solves this problem by bringing together all of the different components and allows for complete details to be tracked from start to finish.
The blockchain is the only technology that gives all parties across the entire supply chain coherent information regarding the products in an irreversible public record.
"An increasing number of people in the community, as well as business leaders from a variety of industries, are beginning to understand its potential as infrastructure for enterprise applications.”