Mor IDOP will defend his thesis on December 11th, 2023 at 10:00 am, (amphi JP. DOM – IMS Laboratory) on the subject : “THE USE OF BUSINESS MODELING TO DRIVE A BLOCKCHAIN PROJECT IN SUPPLY CHAINS”.
The notion of data in supply chains (SC) has been the subject of several debates. Its evolution is going at a very fast pace and its management is becoming more and more a preoccupation because of its strategic, economic value, etc. With the evolution of technology, systems have emerged to meet the challenge of this effective management. This evolution has gone from manual data management to computerized storage supports. From there we have arrived at collaborative storage systems to facilitate all exchanges between collaborators and data archiving. Despite all these efforts, there is still a lack of control over data and even processes. The issue of security and transparency is currently a real challenge within industries. Thanks to its functions, blockchain quickly attracted the attention of other sectors, and several experiments were carried out with the aim of applying it to internal and external corporate operations. In the industrial sector, blockchain has been at the center of debates, and would make it possible to overcome problems of security, transparency, traceability and so on. However, experimentation with this technology in the supply chain sector has revealed a number of functional and technical limitations.
This thesis contributes to the efficient management of data within the supply chain with using the Blockchain which, considered as a new technology, has several positive aspects to overcome these bottlenecks.
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