ProcurantConnect released to integrate food traceability data with blockchain

The platform helps farmers, producers, shippers, distributors and retailers in their strategic planning as well as their day-to-day supply chain processes.

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Procurant, a Silicon Valley company transforming the global food supply chain, today announced the release of ProcurantConnect, a cloud-based service that enables growers and shippers of perishable goods to easily connect and collaborate with trading partners.

The solution also includes out-of-the-box support for transmitting product traceability data to the IBM Food Trust, a blockchain supply chain network.

“Trading partners in the food supply chain share a lot of information with each other, but variations in the way each company handles data leads to custom integration projects that can be expensive and time-consuming to set up and maintain. We now have a simple and cost-effective solution for food suppliers that are being asked to share new kinds of data in new formats with multiple trading partners.”
– Ray Connelly, Vice President Supplier Strategy, Procurant

ProcurantConnect is a custom solution that provides a single connection point for sending and receiving a variety of files. Companies simply pick a channel and select what information they want to exchange via a set of pre-built connection channels, data formats and monitoring, and notification capabilities.

Blockchain-enabled: ProcurantConnect

ProcurantConnect is part of a continuum of solutions from Procurant that leverage a single, global platform designed for the unique requirements of the food industry.

All Procurant solutions benefit from the strengths of a shared infrastructure that includes:

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