Artificial Intelligence (AI)
The volume of digital commerce revenue influenced by AI has shown exponential growth. With its ability to connect supply and demand, AI and machine learning (ML) are the foundations of taking B2B digitization and automation to the next level.
With the latest data science techniques, such as ML, data mining and operational analysis, Tradeshift and our partners are adding intelligence and automation to supply chain processes. We’re committed to making the power of AI available to customers and partner ecosystem.
Almost every interaction between trading parties is subject to questions about trust and transparency. Blockchain enables a new, transparent way to bind together actions, terms and transactions on any kind of asset between any party in the world.
Buyers, sellers, auditors, and logistics partners can now agree on terms, events and transactions in completely transparent ways without relying on trusted middlemen. Based on this, blockchain promises to bring liquidity to otherwise static or intangible assets, to open the digital supply chain to companies of any size, and to enable new models of inclusive trade financing.
Internet of Things (IoT)
By 2025, 75.4 billion devices will be connected on the Internet. With this, IoT promises to enable full traceability to the supply chain and act as the enabler of the Industry 4.0 changes in workforce, production, sourcing and distribution.
Today, data from IoT-enabled entities in the supply chain is either not captured at all or is isolated within individual companies. Tearing down these data silos is the key to fueling new models for transparency and inclusiveness in supply chains worldwide.