Discover What Organizations are Doing — or Planning to do — with Blockchain.
What is the status of blockchain adoption within organizations today? What are their plans for applying the technology in the near future? In what ways do they view blockchain as a potential disruptor to their industry? What issues do they see as hampering their efforts to use blockchain technology?
Blockchain is generating considerable interest across many industries — ranging from banking, finance, and insurance to healthcare, government, retail, and manufacturing. Organizations are now using blockchain, a shared, immutable ledger for recording the history of transactions, to develop a new breed of transactional business applications. These applications are designed to embed trust, transparency, efficiency, and accountability into the process of sharing and transferring a broad range of assets in a business network. Those assets, ranging from equipment, warranties, and artwork to healthcare records and shipping data, can now be shared, exchanged, or transferred via a blockchain network more efficiently, and with greater collaboration and less risk to stakeholders, than is customary using traditional practices.
But what is the actual status of blockchain adoption within organizations today? And what are their plans for applying the technology in the near future? In what ways do they view blockchain as a potential disruptor to their industry? And, finally, what issues do they see as hampering their efforts to use blockchain technology?
In this short, 30-minute webinar, Cutter Senior Consultant Curt Hall will answer these questions, as well as your questions. Plus, he will share the results of a recent Cutter Consortium blockchain survey. When you attend, you’ll gain insight into how organizations are adopting — or planning to adopt — blockchain technology. Hall will address:
- Status of, and organizational plans for, implementing blockchain in the enterprise
- The extent that organizations are currently using blockchain
- The establishment of dedicated enterprise blockchain groups
- The reason such groups oversee blockchain
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