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Beyond Cryptocurrency: There’s More to Blockchain

Posted January 7, 2020 in Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies, Data Analytics & Digital Technologies Cutter Business Technology Journal
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This article examines the technical feasibility of DLT to handle enterprise requirements and demands. The authors investigate the strategic value that blockchain technologies bring to the table, examine potential use cases in various business domains, and discuss the challenges involved in the realization of these use cases. They explore how the nature of certain businesses makes them better suited for blockchain technology and discuss the best practices involved in developing blockchain-based applications.

About The Author
Pavankumar Mulgund
Pavankumar Mulgund is a Clinical Assistant Professor and PhD candidate in the Management Science and Systems Department at the University at Buffalo (SUNY Buffalo) with more than 12 years’ corporate and consulting experience. His research interests include digital health interventions and their impact on various stakeholders (e.g., patients, providers, payers, and public health organizations), and his expertise includes technology strategy, the… Read More
Ankit Sharma
Ankit Sharma is a master’s of science candidate in the Management Science and Systems Department at the University at Buffalo (SUNY Buffalo). His research interests include blockchain, IoT, healthcare, Agile transformation. Mr. Ankit has seven-plus years’ professional expertise in business consulting, lean manufacturing, quality assurance, and educational training. He has been published in Indian University Grants Commission–approved… Read More
Adarsh Srivastava
Adarsh Srivastava is a master’s of science candidate in the Management Science and Systems Department at the University at Buffalo (SUNY Buffalo). His research interest includes the application of technologies like Internet of Things and blockchain with a keen interest in developing Agile auditing strategies in healthcare to provide better care to patients and to improve the workflow among healthcare players. Mr. Srivastava’s study of data… Read More
Lavlin Agrawal
Lavlin Agrawal is PhD candidate in the Management Science and Systems Department at the University at Buffalo (SUNY Buffalo). His research interests include financial technologies, information security and assurance, healthcare, data analytics, and machine learning. Mr. Agrawal also has expertise in the management of IT projects. He holds several professional licenses and expert-level certifications, including Project Management Professional (… Read More
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