ECA featured Member: Aglive
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on global supply chains that will be felt for years to come. Where price and speed were once defining factors in global trade, the focus has shifted to the safety, traceability, and provenance of products as they move around the world.
The Aglive Paddock-to-Plate platform, which is backed by the security and immutability of blockchain technology, connects data silos that exist along our
supply chains.Our platform connects farmers, producers, manufacturers, exporters, importers, consumers and secures the many complex webs of information
into a more manageable and understandable system that provides more accountability and transparency.
Aglive team has been very fortunate to be able to function well in a remote environment and the increased interest in food safety and traceability has
kept our team busy through the pandemic. Although they have not been able to work together in their Australian offices, their team has grown in numbers
and been strengthened by exciting new implementations and opportunities to improve food provenance in Australia and around the world.
The COVID-19 pandemic has put the spotlight on the weaknesses within our supply chains and highlighted the need for greater collaboration and interoperability. In Australia, we are lucky enough to produce an abundance of high quality produce that we can export around the globe. Foreign markets that rely on imports are now looking to the safety and provenance of the products they are importing, which is where Australian technology like Aglive’s paddock-to-plate platform shines bright.
The world is now looking at the safety and viability of our supply chains and Aglive is excited to be at the forefront of this new era in product provenance and traceability solutions.
Aglive Group Limited is an Australian company that has developed an industry-first paddock-to-plate solution backed by blockchain data storage and encrypted security.
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