Bridget van Kralingen - International Business Machines
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With the guidance of some of the world's leading financial institutions, IBM is working to explore new ways to make payment networks more efficient and transparent so that banking can happen in real-time, even in the most remote parts of the world. Making distributed ledger technologies more interoperable is the latest example of IBM's leadership driving the rapid advancement of blockchain.feedback
Oct 16 2017
Bridget van Kralingen has been quoted 4 times in 4 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Bridget van Kralingen’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Bridget van Kralingen speaks about are China and Tsinghua University, for example. Most recently, Bridget van Kralingen was quoted in the article IBM, Maersk in blockchain tie-up for shipping industry saying, “Working closely with Maersk for years, we've long understood the challenges facing the supply chain and logistics industry and quickly recognized the opportunity for blockchain to provide massive savings when used broadly across the ocean shipping industry ecosystem.”.
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Quotes by Bridget van Kralingen
Mar 06 2017
Working closely with Maersk for years, we've long understood the challenges facing the supply chain and logistics industry and quickly recognized the opportunity for blockchain to provide massive savings when used broadly across the ocean shipping industry ecosystem.feedback
Oct 19 2016
Advanced technology has reached into so many aspects of modern life but it has lagged in food traceability, and in particular in creating more secure food supply chains.feedback
Jul 16 2014
We wanted to remove some of the existing barriers of mobile in enterprise.feedback
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