IT strategies soon with blockchain technology?

Blockchain technology is increasingly becoming of more interest for a future-oriented IT strategy. But, in order to create a real benefit, companies have to ask themselves what they want to achieve.

IT-Strategien mit Blockchain-Technologie?
(PresseBox) ( Münster, )
According to the World Economic Forum up to 10 percent of the global gross domestic product will be generated via blockchains by 2027. Reason enough to take a good look at this technology already today. The upcoming opportunities of blockchain technology have, in fact, found their way into discussions on the executive level. Especially in terms of the alignment of the long-term IT strategy, the topic of blockchain should be taken into consideration in order to be able to identify early on opportunities for your own company. However, decision-makers should have a clear understanding of the potential impacts of the technologies on processes and industries.

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