Blockchain has the potential to disrupt business sectors left and right, but finance is definitely at the top of the list—and really the potential to impact the entire fintech landscape.
Licensing is fairly simple if you’re just an individual user, but as many of our enterprise clients can attest, the licensing process can not only get complicated but also pricey if you’re not paying attention.
The cloud is showing us a multitude of opportunities for businesses to gain a competitive edge by tapping into “as a service” technologies. What was once considered potentially risky is now remarkably reliable.
Let’s talk about the growing popularity of blockchain. Now considered disruptive, the latest technology is about to take the Supply Chain and Procurement industries by storm.
Bitcoin was born like a shot into the wild, wild west of the “next Internet.” Yet, even after all we’ve learned since its inception, we’re still taming the landscape of the latest blockchain developments. Needless to say, this tech is still widely misunderstood. (But that doesn’t make it any less exciting.)
The problem is business leaders don’t realize how much legacy systems are slowing them down, especially as they try to move at the speed of business and keep up with the exponential growth of technology. Remember, legacy systems support legacy business processes, which in turn makes your businesses brittle and difficult to change and compete.
By Leslie Collins – Reporter, Kansas City Business Journal Apr 11, 2018, 6:00pm The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce unveiled the Top 10 Small Businesses on Wednesday evening, with the finalists ranging from apparel to transportation to a community bank. Only one will receive the coveted Mr. K Award, which is awarded to a business that not only is …