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Published on: November 29, 2018 by David Mayer
This NelsonHall Vendor Evaluation & Assessment Tool (NEAT) analyzes the performance of vendors offering blockchain services. The NEAT tool allows strategic sourcing managers to assess the capability of vendors across a range of criteria and business situations and identify the best performing vendors overall, and with a specific focus on the banking, government, and telecoms & media sectors. Vendors evaluated for this NEAT are: Atos, Capgemini, EY, IBM, Infosys, Mphasis, NTT Data, TCS, Tech Mahindra, Virtusa, and Wipro. To find out more, contact Keith MacLean at [email protected]
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  • 7 Blockchain Predictions for 2019

    Dec 04, 2018, by David Mayer

    Blockchain has progressed considerably as an emerging technology during 2018. Many of 2017’s PoCs have become deployed commercial solutions as standards have begun to solidify, and with more organizations beginning to explore the potential of distributed ledger architecture and smart contr[...]

  • 7 Process Characteristics That Are Key to Blockchain Adoption

    Aug 30, 2018, by David Mayer

      With the rise of every new technology, there is a parallel rush among enterprises to incorporate it into the near-term IT roadmap, and for good reason: new technologies offer cost savings, CX improvement, better risk management, and a host of other benefits that look terrific in annual[...]

  • Infosys Announces Blockchain-Powered Nia Provenance to Manage Complex Supply Chains

    May 16, 2018, by David Mayer

      EdgeVerve, an Infosys Product subsidiary, this week announced a new blockchain-powered application for supply chain management as part of its product line. Nia Provenance is designed to address the challenges faced by organizations managing complex supply chain networks with multiple I[...]

  • The Advantages of Building a Bespoke Blockchain Platform

    May 03, 2018, by David Mayer

      For all the discussion in the blockchain solution industry around platform selection (are they choosing Fabric or Sawtooth? Quorum or Corda?), you’d be forgiven for thinking that every provider’s first stop is the open-source infrastructure shelf. But the reality is th[...]

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    Dec 12, 2017, by Andy Efstathiou

      In this article, I look at Mphasis’ Blockchain initiatives and at the segments they are focusing on for further development with their financial services clients. Mphasis began its Blockchain initiatives in 2016, initiating internal experiments and POCs to understand the technolo[...]

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latest blog posts on
Blockchain in Business Process Transformation:

  • 7 Blockchain Predictions for 2019

    Dec 04, 2018, by David Mayer

    Blockchain has progressed considerably as an emerging technology during 2018. Many of 2017’s PoCs have become deployed commercial solutions as standards have begun to solidify, and with more organizations beginning to explore the potential of distributed ledger architecture and smart contr[...]

  • 7 Process Characteristics That Are Key to Blockchain Adoption

    Aug 30, 2018, by David Mayer

      With the rise of every new technology, there is a parallel rush among enterprises to incorporate it into the near-term IT roadmap, and for good reason: new technologies offer cost savings, CX improvement, better risk management, and a host of other benefits that look terrific in annual[...]

  • Infosys Announces Blockchain-Powered Nia Provenance to Manage Complex Supply Chains

    May 16, 2018, by David Mayer

      EdgeVerve, an Infosys Product subsidiary, this week announced a new blockchain-powered application for supply chain management as part of its product line. Nia Provenance is designed to address the challenges faced by organizations managing complex supply chain networks with multiple I[...]

  • The Advantages of Building a Bespoke Blockchain Platform

    May 03, 2018, by David Mayer

      For all the discussion in the blockchain solution industry around platform selection (are they choosing Fabric or Sawtooth? Quorum or Corda?), you’d be forgiven for thinking that every provider’s first stop is the open-source infrastructure shelf. But the reality is th[...]

  • Adventures in Blockchain: Mphasis Focuses on Client Revenue Growth, Supporting Compelling Use Cases

    Dec 12, 2017, by Andy Efstathiou

      In this article, I look at Mphasis’ Blockchain initiatives and at the segments they are focusing on for further development with their financial services clients. Mphasis began its Blockchain initiatives in 2016, initiating internal experiments and POCs to understand the technolo[...]

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