Global Blockchain Supply Chain Market (2020 to 2026)

DUBLIN, March 19, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Global Blockchain Supply Chain Market by Offering (Platform, Services), Type (Public, Private, Hybrid & Consortium), Supplier, Demand (Asset Management, Smart Contracts), Enterprise Size , Vertical (FMGC, Healthcare), and Region – Estimate to 2026 “report added’s offering.

The report predicts growth of the global post-COVID-19 blockchain supply chain market 253 million USD in 2020 to 3,272 million USD by 2026, at a Gross Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 53.2% in 2020-2026.

The key growth drivers for the market include increased popularity of blockchain technology in sales and SCM and increased need for supply chain clarity. However, uncertain regulatory standards and standards could hinder market growth.

Among categories, hybrid and consortium to grow at the highest CAGR in the forecast period

Permitted blockchain provides a hybrid solution between the low trust offered by public blockchain and the trusted single entity model in which private blockchain. The advantage of the blockchain hybrid is combining a private blockchain license with a public blockchain, and companies are able to secure back-end transactions with business partners, while also sharing product information with users. on an open ledger.

The advantage in terms of access control leads to an increase as well as enhanced security has helped to become increasingly popular among enterprises and is implemented by companies, such as Maersk. The use cases of hybrid blockchain in the supply chain are increasing among industry verticals, such as e-Commerce. It is therefore expected to grow at the highest CAGR.

Large enterprises share to maintain a larger market size over the expected period

The reduction in infrastructure costs, improvement in business activity, and stability in intense competition are the key factors that are expected to drive the adoption of blockchain supply chain in large organizations. The investments made by large enterprises in advanced technologies to increase the productivity and efficiency of the company are also a key feature that is expected to lead the adoption of blockchain supply chain in large enterprises.

Asia-Pacific (APAC) to grow at the highest CAGR in the forecast period

Due to the existence of more middle-class associations, APAC has more diverse customer demands. About 70% of the world’s shipping traffic passes through ports in APAC. In addition, most APAC businesses reach their markets through complex supply chains that involve many intermediaries, such as trading partners and various routes to market. Supply chains in APAC are often much more difficult to manage compared to other regions of the world. To reduce these complexities, blockchain supply chain adoption in the sector is increasing.

China, India, Australia, and Singapore sees growth in the number of startups in cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. So, organizations have started coming together for various conferences to discuss and understand the value of blockchain. The greater shift of APAC initiatives towards slim and robust supply chains with end-to-end visibility through the adoption of the latest technologies is also one of the biggest drivers of software and services blockchain supply chain in the sector.

Key topics covered:

1 Introduction

2 Research Methodology

3 Executive Minutes

4 Premium Insights
4.1 Attractive Opportunities in Blockchain Supply Chain Market
4.2 Market, by type and supplier
4.3 Market, by area
4.4 Market: investment position

5 Market outlook and industry trends
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Market Dynamics
5.2.1 Drivers Increase in numbers of Blockchain technology in retail and SCM Growing need for supply chain transparency Rising demand for better security for supply chain transfers
5.2.2 Barriers Quality and Standards of Regulation uncertain
5.2.3 Opportunities Growing need for automated supply chain activities and elimination of intermediaries Rising Government Initiatives
5.2.4 Challenges Managing increasing data volumes Lack of Technical Knowledge Lack of supply and demand during the COVID-19 revolution
5.3 Market Dynamics led by COVID-19
5.3.1 Drivers and Opportunities
5.3.2 Barriers and challenges
5.3.3 Analysis of cumulative growth
5.4 Value chain analysis
5.5 Ecosystem: Market
5.6 Average Price / Sales Model of Blockchain Supply Chain Players 2019-2020
5.7 Blockchain Technology Analysis
5.7.1 Blockchain supply chain market: key trends Integration of Blockchain Technology with Internet of Things Neat contracts
5.8 Usage issues
5.8.1 to analyze the veracity, validation, and provenance of results by monitoring the global flow of products, by BigchainDB
5.8.2 Practice Case 2: Reducing food consumption by improving food safety and detection, and to assist online and offline consumers globally, with IBM
5.8.3 Use Case 3: To Shrink Innovative Technologies like Blockchain, AI and IoT to transform Supply Chain Operations in the shipping industry, with Oracle
5.8.4 Use Case 4: Blockchain Supports RCS Global Trace Made by Raw Materials, by IBM
5.9 revenue movement – YC / YCC movement for market
5.10 Patent Analysis
5.11 Analysis of Porter’s Five Forces
5.11.1 Risk from new entrants
5.11.2 Agent Risk
5.11.3 Bargaining power of suppliers
5.11.4 Buyer’s bargaining power
5.11.5 Lack of Competition Competition

6 Blockchain Supply Chain Market, by bidding
6.1 Introduction
6.1.1 Offering: market drivers
6.1.2 Offer: Impact of COVID-19
6.2 Platform
6.3 Services
6.3.1 Technology Advisory and Consultation
6.3.2 Usage and Integration
6.3.3 Support and maintenance

7 Blockchain Supply Chain Market, by type
7.1 Introduction
7.1.1 Type: Market drivers
7.1.2 Type: Impact of COVID-19
7.2 Public
7.3 Private
7.4 Hybrid and Confederate

8 Blockchain Supply Chain Market, according to supplier
8.1 Introduction
8.1.1 Supplier: Market drivers
8.1.2 Provider: Impact of COVID-19
8.2 Application providers
8.3 Middleware Suppliers
8.4 Infrastructure providers

9 Blockchain Supply Chain Market, by Demand
9.1 Introduction
9.1.1 Demand: Market drivers
9.1.2 Application: Impact of COVID-19
9.2 Asset Review
9.3 False declaration
9.4 Remuneration and Settlement
9.5 Neat contracts
9.6 Risk and Compliance Management
9.7 Other Applications

Blockchain 10 supply chain market, depending on the size of the organization
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Small and Medium Enterprises
10.2.1 Small and Medium Enterprises: Market Drivers
10.2.2 Small and Medium Enterprises: Impact of COVID-19
10.3 Major Initiatives
10.3.1 Major Initiatives: Market Drivers
10.3.2 Major Initiatives: Impact of COVID-19

11 Blockchain Supply Chain Market Analysis, by End User
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Fast moving Consumer Products
11.2.1 Fast moving Consumer Products: market drivers
11.2.2 Fast Moving Consumer Products: Impact of COVID-19
11.3 Retail and e-commerce
11.3.1 Retail and e-commerce: market drivers
11.3.2 Retail and e-commerce: Impact of COVID-19
11.4 Healthcare
11.4.1 Healthcare: Market Drivers
11.4.2 Healthcare: The Impact of COVID-19
11.5 Manufacturing
11.5.1 Manufacturing: market drivers
11.5.2 Manufacturing: Impact of COVID-19
11.6 Transport and Logistics
11.6.1 Transport and Logistics: Blockchain supply chain market drivers
11.6.2 Transport and Logistics: Impact of COVID-19
11.7 Oil, Mining and Gas
11.7.1 Oil, mining and gas: market drivers
11.7.2 Oil, Mining and Gas: Impact of COVID-19
11.8 Other end users

12 Blockchain Supply Chain Market, by region
12.1 Introduction
12.2 North America
12.3 Europe
12.4 Asia-Pacific
12.5 Middle East and Africa
12.6 Latin America

13 Competitive Landscape
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Market Assessment Framework
13.3 Revenue analysis of key players
13.4 Market segment analysis of the key market players
13.5 Analysis of Historical Income
13.6 Ranking of Key Market Players, 2020
13.7 Company Appraisal Matrix
13.7.1 Company Assessment Matrix Definitions and Procedure
13.7.2 Star
13.7.3 Pervasive
13.7.4 Emerging Leaders
13.7.5 Partners
13.8 Product Package Strength
13.9 Business Strategy Excellence
13.10 Initial Assessment / SME Matrix, 2020
13.10.1 Advanced companies
13.10.2 Responsible companies
13.10.3 Dynamic Companies
13.10.4 Starting blocks

14 Company Profiles
14.1 Key players
14.1.1 IBM
14.1.2 Microsoft
14.1.3 SAP SE
14.1.4 Amazon Web Services
14.1.5 Oracle
14.1.6 Huawei
14.1.7 Guard Time
14.1.8 Tibco Software
14.1.9 Bitfury
14.1.10 In the meantime
14.1.11 Auxesis Group
14.1.12 Vechain Foundation
14.1.13 Chainvine
14.1.14 Digital Finance Corporation
14.1.15 Corporation Corporationx
14.1.16 OpenXcell
14.1.17 Algorythmix
14.1.18 Blockverify
14.1.19 Blockchain activated
14.2 Right to win
14.3 Start-up Company Profiles
14.3.1 Transchain
14.3.2 Omnichain
14.3.3 Owner
14.3.4 Traceparency
14.3.5 Peers
14.3.6 Oaro
14.3.7 Keeper of records

15 Adjacent / connected markets
15.1 Introduction
15.2 Healthcare Supply Chain Management Market
15.2.1 Market definition
15.3 Supply Chain Analytics Market
15.3.1 Market definition
15.4 Cloud Supply Chain Management Market
15.4.1 Market definition

16 Appendix
16.1 Debate Directions
16.2 Source of knowledge: The membership port
16.3 Available customizations

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