FRANKFURT,GERMANY, TUESDAY 14 NOVEMBER 2023 – Finboot is thrilled to announce today it has been awarded the coveted Smart Solution Award as part of the 2023 Supply Chain Management Awards, sponsored by PwC Germany; LogistikHeute and Strategy&.
Since 2006, the Supply Chain Awards have celebrated innovations to improve industrial value chains. The Smart Solution Award was first presented in 2018. The Smart Solution Award specifically highlights supply chain solutions in the early stage of implementation. The judges are looking for innovations which have the potential to fundamentally improve supply chains.
The Supply Chain Management Awards are renowned for a very rigorous assessment andjudging process. The judging panelconsists of senior managers from leading industrial businesses such as BASF, Continental,Electrolux Europe and Knorr-Bremse. As aresult these awards are highly valued and respected.
Alvaro Llobet, Head of Product, Finboot says:
“I am delighted to receive this 2023 Supply Chain Smart Solution Award! I am acceptingthis award on behalf of all the Finboot team. All of us at Finboot have enjoyed and got value out of this competitionand its rigorous judging process.
“To be awarded this prestigious award is a huge vote of confidence in Finboot’s thinking and the development our no-code / low-code blockchain platform, MARCO.
“Congratulations to all the finalists in this fiercely competitive category – all were brilliant entrants. We are all winners in a sense to be in Frankfurt today!”
Nish Kotecha, Chair and Co-Founder of Finboot, added:
“We are delighted to not only to be a nominated for this award but to win it! The judges and sponsors come from our world of supply chains and this award is an endorsement of our mission to digitise and enhance the overall transparency, productivity and efficiency of the world’s supply chains.
“Congratulations to the Finboot team and thank you again to sponsors and judges for your warm words of encouragement. ”
Finboot’s blockchain platform MARCO improves management of value chains and drives forward digitalisation, sustainability and ESG agendas. MARCO connects blockchain technologies securely under one roof, turning data into trusted digital assets and accelerating the road towards interoperability.
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Finboot is a technology company simplifying enterprise blockchain. We facilitate the core priorities of industry leaders to enable fast and easy adoption of digital ecosystems powered by blockchain. Finboot created the first No-code / Low-code platform and ecosystem, MARCO, to enable Web3: Bringing the future of the internet to business. MARCO greatly improves management of value chains and drives forward digitalisation, sustainability and ESG agendas. MARCO connects blockchain technologies securely under one roof, turning data into trusted digital assets and accelerating the road towards interoperability.
Our purpose at Finboot is to enable Web3 and unlock its full value. Finboot is making blockchain accessible and understandable to business and delivering the leading No-code / Low-code platform and ecosystem for a decentralised world.
About Supply Chain Awards
Supply chain management is one of the outstanding success factors for companies in industry, trade and the service sector. The Supply Chain Awards – i.e. the Supply Chain Management Award and the Smart Solution Award – focus on the paths companies should take when designing and managing supply chains. In 2023, for the 18th time, we will be presenting the Supply Chain Management Award to companies with outstanding value chains that have optimized their supply chains in a consistent or exceptional way.
This year the judging panel consisted of Armin Breitner, Group Logistics, AdolfWürth GmbH & Co KG; Ralf Busche, Senior Vice President European Site Logistics Operations, BASF SE; Daniel Küster, Supply Chain Director / Executive Board Member, Warsteiner Brauerei Haus Cramer KG; Douglas Kent, Executive Vice President, Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM); Dr. Gregor Dudek, Vice President Supply Chain Management, Electrolux Europe; Johannes Giloth, Chief Operating Officer, GEA Group; Kerstin Gliniorz, Vice President, 1ADM Global Supply Chain and Operations Business lead, ADM WILD Europe GmbH & Co. KG; Prof. Dr. Michael Henke, Institute Director, Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flowand Logistics; Jan Axt, Vice President Automotive SCM – Strategy & Innovation Automotive Technologies, Continental; Michael Kadow, Managing Director, House of Logistics & Mobility (HOLM) GmbH; Matthias Pieringer, ChiefEditor LOGISTIK HEUTE, Moderator, HUSS-VERLAG GmbH; Stefan Schrauf, GlobalSupply Chain and EMEA Operations Lead, PwC Management Consulting; Dr. Patric Spethmann, Chairman / COO, MarcO'Polo AG; Thomas Rappl, Vice President Supply Chain & Service Operations (R/SC), Knorr-Bremse Systeme für Schienenfahrzeuge GmbHA