SupplyShift September 2017 Newsletter

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Creating Coffee Connections: SupplyShift Attends Raiz Connect in Colombia

By Brianna McCain, SupplyShift

This past July, S&D Coffee & Tea, one of the world’s foremost coffee manufacturers, held their first annual Raiz Connect conference in Medellin, Colombia. The event took place after the World Coffee Producers Forum and rallied a group of nearly fifty S&D supply chain stakeholders around the goal of sustainable coffee. SupplyShift was in attendance to showcase our mobile application, meet face to face with a few of our partners, and share in the overall buzz of collaboration.

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Rwanda Coffee: Deploying technology to help thousands of coffee farmers

By Alexander Gershenson, SupplyShift

Over three days, we worked with stakeholders from Rwanda and the US through the goal to finalize our deployment plans for the SupplyShift offline mobile application. The SupplyShift app will serve as the primary data collection tool in a project run by local and US-based NGOs and commercial organizations to improve the livelihoods of over 10,000 female smallholder Rwandan coffee farmers.

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Bonsucro Connect - The Global Sugarcane Platform

By Sonia Slavinski and Matthew Sullivan, Bonsucro

Bonsucro—the Global Sugarcane Platform— has partnered with SupplyShift to bring added value to the certification process for sustainable sugarcane production and volume trading & tracking. As an established performance-based certification system with 62 certified producers of sustainable product across 14 countries, and a global membership base from the entire world including some of the world's largest organizations, we have looked for a technology and partner to increase scale and meaningfulness...

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SupplyShift Newsletter 03/2017: Towards Holistic Supply Chain Transparency

Welcome to our 3rd newsletter of 2017. Hopefully we selected some interesting stories for you. Get in touch with us for more info. 

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‘Blockchain’ in Supply Chains – Solution trying to find a Problem ?

By Thomas Odenwald, SupplyShift

Many of our customers and many of the tenders we participate in are asking about SupplyShift's existing and future positioning around 'Blockchain'. Since our key value proposition is performance and risk assessment of complex supply chains across all tiers, Blockchain is of high interest in our roadmap.

Blockchain technology will enable transparent exchange to empower conscious consumers and authentic brands to change the way the global economy works is one example of recent headlines in news and conferences. The concept has been generating buzz in the technology sector for some time, but many still wonder: what is Blockchain all about?

 

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Let's Talk Coffee

By Carl Broderick, SupplyShift

SupplyShift’s offline data collection application, translated into the local language, Kinyarwanda, will be used by rural coffee cooperative members to collect data on thousands of coffee farmers across the country. This data will be used to target training and investment opportunities in order to build up the Rwandan coffee industry and bolster the diverse cooperative communities participating in the program.

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SPLC BENCHMARK℠ platform powered by SupplyShift

By Thomas Odenwald, SupplyShift

SPLC BENCHMARK℠ platform powered by SupplyShift announced at SPLC Summit 2017. 

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SupplyShift Newsletter 02/2017: Transforming industries and saving elephants

Welcome to our 2nd newsletter of 2017. You will find a customer case study, a new partnership, a story of SupplyShift protecting elephants in partnership with a non-profit in Zambia, and a recap of Greenbiz'17.

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3M’s Pulp and Paper Sourcing Policy Progress Report

By James Barsimantov, SupplyShift

“In March 2015, 3M revised its Pulp and Paper Sourcing Policy, which formalizes 3M’s and our suppliers’ responsibilities to comply with global regulations and further the causes of sustainable forestry and transparent, responsible supply chains.”

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