The Brief – September 2023


Blockchain’s Potential for Multi-Enterprise Networks, Data Democratization and Self-Service, Green Hydrogen in Transportation: Massive Investments Happening

Best practices, technology, and new takes on critical business topics from ChainLink Research

Tuesday, September 26, 2023 – Published once each month.

Blockchain technology can provide a foundation for multi-enterprise supply chain networks. Multi-enterprise processes require multi-enterprise software systems, which are architected very differently from single-enterprise systems (such as ERP). Blockchain supports multi-enterprise transactions and processes by design. [ Read: Quantifying the Value of Blockchain-Based Supply Chain Networks – Part One ]

Data-Enabled Digital Transformation – Part One

Tackling Modern Data Challenges with Data Democratization and Self-Service Analytics, Enabled by Modern Data Architecture

Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Data democratization and self-service analytics are a gateway to companies’ data-driven decision-making in this post-digital transformation world. Rapid digitalization has altered the scope and scale of data usage across industries and throughout supply chains. Database structures and data management processes require accessible, accurate, and timely data, integrated from many sources to progress alongside this evolving landscape. [ Read: Data-Enabled Digital Transformation ]

Green Hydrogen’s Role in Enabling Zero-Emission Transportation – Part Two

Massive Incentives Are Driving Massive Investments

Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Massive government subsidies are being provided to kickstart and incentivize the truly massive investments required to create the scale of green hydrogen infrastructure required to tackle climate change. Over a trillion dollars of investment will be required to decarbonize the shipping sector alone. More will be required for steel, cement, and other hard-to-abate sectors. [ Read: Green Hydrogen’s Role in Enabling Zero-Emission Transportation – Part Two ]

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