Telco Blockchain Forum 2019

SMS 2019

11 June 2019, Excel, London, UK

RMA's Guy Redmill will be moderating a panel in London in June 2019 at Telco Blockchain Forum.

10.20am Panel: Shaking up Service Chains – Blockchain’s effect on B2B Service Management

  • Blockchain’s power as a distributed transaction ledger has the potential to transform B2B interactions,
    helping to automate service & supply chain transactions.
  • But is this simply replacing today’s middle men with tomorrow’s Blockchain Providers?
  • What would a fully adopted Blockchain solution look like, and work best across a Telco?
    Moderator: Guy Redmill, Managing Director, Redmill Marketing Associates Federico Homberg,
    Head of Mobile Wholesale Business Development, Deutsche Telekom

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