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    2020-02-18
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Wholesale

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Stock / Inspection

  • In business systems that rely on paper and spreadsheet software, time is lost due to reconciliation work with external parties, writing and inputting data into documents, exchanging slips, all resulting in low work efficiency.

By using a distributed ledger management system throughout the supply chain, it becomes possible to link data with customers and suppliers, and to reduce personal tasks. As a result, work efficiency can be significantly improved and paperless operation can be taken.

Inventory Management

  • In business systems that rely on paper and spreadsheet software, information cannot be linked to and utilized with customers and suppliers, inventory fluctuations cannot be undrestood in real time, and proper inventory management can’t be performed.

By using a distributed ledger management system throughout the supply chain, data linkage with customers and suppliers becomes possible, and inventory fluctuations can be understood in real time. As a result, the accuracy of inventory allocation increases, leading to a reduction in defective inventory.

By reducing the confirmation and reporting work for each workflow, the workload on the workers will be reduced, leading to an improved work environment. In addition, by securing appropriate inventory for each store, it is possible to build a sustainable industrial base and work environment by preventing excess inventory and eliminating waste such as returns and disposal.

 

Retail

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Inventory Management

  • In a business system that relies on paper and spreadsheet software, time is lost due to reconciliation work with external parties, writing and inputting to documents, and exchanging slips, resulting in low work efficiency.

By using a distributed ledger management system throughout the supply chain, it becomes possible to link data with customers and suppliers, and to reduce personal tasks. As a result, work efficiency can be significantly improved and paperless operation can be taken.

Inventory Management / Ordering

  • When a product defect occurs, it is difficult to track information in a complicated supply chain, and it takes much time to find the cause and secure the product.

By using a distributed ledger management system throughout the supply chain, data linkage with suppliers becomes possible. By knowing the number of units sold and the number of units in stock in real time, businesses will be able to prevent inventory loss due to inventory excesses or shortages and optimize inventory.

Product Defect Correspondence

  • When a product defect occurs, it is difficult to track information in a complicated supply chain, and it takes much time to find the cause and secure the product.
By managing the IDs of products throughout the supply chain with a distributed ledger management system, it becomes possible to instantaneously determine the distribution route (traceability), investigate the cause, and take measures to prevent recurrences.
By unifying and expressing information on the sales side and the production side, it will be possible to conduct transactions while matching market demand from the supply side to the production side, leading to an improvement in the yield rate. As a result, it will reduce the storage of excess inventory and eliminate the burdensome work such as inventory management, thereby unifying the management of materials and human resources. When a product-related problem occurs, it will be possible to determine the distribution channel, investigate the cause, and take measures to prevent recurrence.

 

restaurant

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Inventory Management

  • In inventory management, if a system is not properly systemized, there are significant issues such as loss of products and sales opportunities, mistakes in human ordering, excess or deficiency of inventory, and disposal due to exceeding expiration dates.

By using a distributed ledger management system throughout the supply chain, data linkage with suppliers becomes possible. By knowing the number of units sold and the number of units in stock in real time, it will be able to prevent inventory loss due to inventory excesses or shortages and optimize inventory.

Preparation

  •  There are no visualization tools to prevent food misrepresentation and food poisoning problems.
  • It is difficult to identify the cause when trouble occurs with the customer, and the place of accountability in the supply chain is unclear.

By using a distributed ledger management system to record all the cooking processes and ingredients used, it will be possible to correct the differences in workmanship and methods used in places such as chain stores and ensure the authenticity of high-end ingredients.

Disposal / Garbage

  • ・ Since it is not possible to accurately know the frequency of customer visits, it is difficult to adjust the purchase amount, and excess inventory due to extra inventory orders has become a problem.
If customer information can be shared between local restaurants for example, it is expected that demand forecasts would be easier to make. In addition, if individual IDs are assigned to foods and food can be transferred between restaurants, it may be possible to use food effectively and efficiently even in situations where it is difficult to forecast demand.
Grocery traceability management can be established; therefore, it will be possible to disclose and provide information to customers. As a result, it will lead to the revitalization of primary industries in production areas and producing countries, and will support the creation of jobs around the world. In addition, if foods can be delivered and received in the region, it is expected to greatly contribute to the reduction of unauthorized waste. By reducing unnecessary purchasing, it will contribute to raising the level of the food and beverage industry as well.