Deloitte Report Says Businesses Who Don’t Consider Blockchain ‘Risk Falling Behind’ – Cointelegraph

By Marie Huillet      May 28, 2018

Deloitte Report Says Businesses Who Don’t Consider Blockchain ‘Risk Falling Behind’

A new report issued by audit and consulting firm Deloitte has found that blockchain technology will become a critical asset to the retail and consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry. The report analyzed over 50 potential blockchain use cases and suggests that the “potential impact” of the nascent technology “is huge.”

According to the report “New Tech On The Block”, blockchain will become “a standard operational technology across the financial, manufacturing and consumer industries,” saying that the next five years will be “a tipping point” as businesses begin to grasp blockchain’s potential. The report emphasizes that businesses should assess whether their strategic objectives warrant blockchain investment, adding that those who do not at least consider the possibilities are “at risk of falling behind.”

The report tackles the rationale for blockchain across three main areas – consumer, supply chains, and payments and contracts – scoring each in terms of the added-value that blockchain systems could create. Although it focuses on business adoption, the report nonetheless highlights that:

“The ultimate beneficiary will be the consumer. If blockchain can create efficiencies and save costs throughout the supply‐chain, these benefits can be passed on to the consumer in the form of lower prices. If blockchain provides more transparency across the supply‐chain, these benefits can also be passed onto the consumer in the form of safer products and higher quality.”

More at: Deloitte Report Says Businesses Who Don’t Consider Blockchain ‘Risk Falling Behind’ – Cointelegraph

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