18

Sep

CTIA to speak at the Business Blockchain Expo

CTIA, a provider of blockchain-based solutions and services, is pleased to announce that it will be speaking at the Business Blockchain Expo, to be held on September 26, 2020 at Binary Star in Ginza, Tokyo. At this event, Mitsuru Tezuka, CEO of CTIA, is scheduled to speak live online about “Next Generation Business Innovation Solutions with Blockchain”. About the Business Blockchain EXPO The Business Blockchain Expo is a business conference that aims to accelerate the growth of projects and create new blockchain businesses, and it is a business conference that facilitates or facilitates the meeting of Japanese industry with domestic and international blockchain companies that aim to solve social and industrial problems through the use of blockchain technology. There will be more than 20 sessions on the day of the event, where project leaders and experts will directly introduce their products and explain the latest industry developments. In addition, this year’s event will be available for live streaming and on-demand viewing of exhibitors’ presentations online by purchasing tickets in advance. For more information on purchasing tickets, please visit the ticket page >> https://peatix.com/sales/event/1561784/tickets Event Summary Hosted by: Binary Star, Inc. Date: Saturday, September 26, 2020 Venue: BINARYSTAR Address: 11F Kirarito Ginza, 1-8-19 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0061, JapanURL: https://businessblockchainexpo.com/ Presentation Details Date and Time: Saturday, September 26, 2020 16:55 – 17:15 Venue: BINARYSTAR event space Speaker: Mitsuru Tezuka, President and CEO of CTIA*, will be speaking live online. *For inquiries about this press release, please contact us at the address below. CTIA Co., Ltd. Attn: Orita, Ogasawara Phone: 06-6563-7885 Email: support@ctia.ltd Website: https://ctia.ltd

03

Jul

SBI Holdings, Hyakushoichiba, and CTIA: Beginning demonstration experiment to launch agricultural product supply chain platform using blockchain technology

SBI Holdings, Inc., Hyakushoichiba,inc., and CTIA are starting a POC for information sharing and operational efficiency in the rice “shipping” process to build a supply chain platform for agricultural products based on blockchain/distributed ledger technology. Traditionally, in agricultural supply chains, production and shipping plans have been individually managed by each participating organization: producers, wholesalers, logistics, processers, warehousing, trade, domestic and destination retailers. Therefore, the entire supply chain will be overloaded in the event of a sudden change in demand or a pandemic, and the functionality of the supply chain will be degraded or lost. In addition, the agricultural industry is facing problems and challenges arising from many inefficient workflows and analog operations such as paperwork and faxing. The platform will record operations and transactions in the agricultural supply chain. The operational history is recorded using blockchain/distributed ledger technology to establish consistent data and secure data sharing inside and outside the organization. We aim to automate transactions and improve efficiency by sharing data throughout the supply chain and to implement traceability (information tracking) of distribution. In this POC, we will verify processes using “Traceability as a Service (TaaS)” developed by CTIA. Hyakushoichiba has prepared several verification scenarios for the receiving and shipping processes of rice from Ibaraki Prefecture. We will measure the effectiveness of business efficiency, verify the security of data sharing, and design the UI. The POC period is scheduled to take about two months. SBI Holdings, Inc.Business activities: Supervision and management of the corporate group through stock holdings, etc. Location: Izumi Garden Tower, 1-6-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, TokyoRepresentative: Mr. Yoshitaka KitaoWebsite: https://www.sbigroup.co.jp/ Hyakushoichiba, inc. Business activities: Export of Japanese rice Location:514-2, Hanaya, Shimotsuma-shi, IbarakiRepresentative: Mr. Minoru Someno, CTIA Co., Ltd. […]

08

Apr

CTIA announced business solutions on R3 Corda that bring finance and industry closer together

A new solution has been born that allows all stakeholders such as producers, manufacturing companies, trading companies, certification bodies, transport companies, warehouses, retail stores, banks, securities companies, insurance companies, unions, etc. to participate in one platform. Using distributed ledger technology, CTIA has developed a business solution, “Traceability as a Service,” to solve problems in various industries. “Traceability as a Service” is a solution that supports optimization of business efficiency according to demand regardless of the size of the organization. Prior to the launch of the service in November, an introductory demonstration of a supply chain was presented at CordaCon 2019 on October 23 and 24, 2019 in London, England. By introducing “Traceability as a Service”, the solution will bring about an innovative workflow with real-time features which have been difficult to carry out effectively with traditional systems. In the supply chain, which is one of the areas where this system is expected to be effective, organizations such as participating producers, manufacturers, certification bodies, transportation companies, warehouses, trading companies, retail stores, etc. often plan and manage their own production plans, transportation plans, and inventory plans separately. In addition, as lot numbers complicated with demand increases in the organization of companies involved in manufacturing, the risk of human error also increases. For this reason, in the event of sudden changes in demand or in product specifications, artificial workarounds such as the establishment of a department to supervise are implemented, which forces a heavy burden on the movement of the entire supply chain. At present, many of these problems occur in many organizations. CTIA develops business solutions that can be introduced by any organization, large or small, to realize a supply chain that […]