Is lack of trust the most important threshold for better data sharing between chain partners?
Faster sharing of more current data between partners in a logistics chain seems to be the best way to make chains shorter and more efficient. So what do companies stop to realize this? Is it a lack of trust in each other, or are there other reasons? And which technical solutions can compensate for this lack of confidence?
- How can beter data-sharing make supply chains more efficient?
- What is stopping companies from sharing data with other partners in the chain?
- Why is trust one of the most important issues when data-sharing is involved?
- How can technology help by providing trust?
- What are the learnings and pitfalls in the implementation of decentralized data-sharing solutions in supply chains?
Who is Frederik?
Frederik studied Communication Science at the VUB. He ran a digital agency for 15 years, helping clients with their digital challenges. Since 2017 he is Chief Commercial Office of T-Mining.