It is our mission to help build value chains that are more inclusive and have more impact in the country of origin. We provide the tools to build more inclusive supply chains, starting with transparency and providing evidence to prove your claims, readily accessible by your consumers.
Consumers are increasingly asking for more evidence from companies to back up their claims about making a positive impact. While a lot of companies tell the story, you can tell & prove your story to gain trust from your consumers and build a long-lasting deep relationship with them.
Provenance helps you reveal the story behind your product, show the value distribution in your supply chain to your consumer and stakeholders in a story way, and prove it with blockchain data.
Consumers are demanding more and more to know where their product comes from and who has been involved in the supply chain and how much they earn.
Either before or after purchasing, consumers can see the entire trail that the product has followed. Whenever the product goes from one step of the supply chain to the other, we collect the data that who has received what in that step. For example, we register how much farmers receive when they deliver their coffee cherries to the washing station.
Show real faces of the people who are producing your product, how much they produce, how much they earn and other related information to local producers.
When a farmer is registered via the Farmer Registration App, their information is being shown on the map. Whenever they sell their products to us, their data gets updated.
Some information such as the plot size, number of children and more personal information is stored in our database and do not come from BlockChain, however, anything about money has proof on BlockChain.
Explain the entire supply chain, from harvest to consumer. It enables viewers to drill down per step and see the geographical origin, the price paid and the total harvest, put in a context of non-fair chain supply chains. That way viewers can easily grasp value distribution.
Explaining to stakeholders and consumers about the build-up and value distribution across the supply chain is complex.
Either before or after purchasing, consumers can see the entire value distribution throughout the supply chain.
Whenever the product goes from one step of the supply chain to the other, we collect the data that who has received what in that step. For example, we register how much farmers receive when they deliver their coffee cherries to the washing station.
This layer of data gives your consumers and stakeholders the evidence of the actual transaction between the farmer and the next actor of the supply chain, including the price paid.
When a transaction happens at a point of the supply chain, we collect the data by our supply chain management system. The data will be shown on this software.