Free Webinar

Distributed Ledger Technology
in the Supply Chain

Get insights into a ground-breaking supply chain report by UCL Centre for Blockchain Technologies


About the Report

DLT is expected to become a vital part of the infrastructure that will help digitize and improve efficiency in global supply chains. But what is Distributed Ledger Technology? What is the current level of DLT adoption by industry, and what real business value can it bring?

The insightful report, Distributed Ledger Technology in the Supply Chain by UCL Centre for Blockchain Technologies, answers these questions, focusing on the functional usage of DLT in product tracing, logistics, financial transactions, retail operations and circular economy. It looks at distributed ledger technology vs blockchain and examines how use cases work in practice, outlining the implementational challenges as well as the potential added value.

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During the Webinar You’ll Discover:

Addressing Key Pain Points


Low Transparency:

Tracking each stage of your global supply
chain is a real challenge.


Inefficient Operations.

You would benefit from faster
supply-chain processes.


Lack of Trust/Credibility:

Data quality, analysis and
decision-making need refining.


Ineffective Security:

Fraud is too common and fraud
investigations are incomplete.

Uncover the Truth about DLT/Blockchain
Adoption and What It Can Do for You:


Blockchain allows you to monitor the events and metadata connected to a product. It provides a full audit trail and a perpetual supply chain record-keeping capability.


Transactions are timestamped and tamper-proof, creating a single source of dependable data and evidence of regulation compliance.


Smart contracts enable real-time data tracking across the entire supply chain. You can run scenarios and adapt quickly to changing situations without significantly hiking costs.

Less Risk

Blockchain cuts out the middlemen by promoting trustworthy peer-to-peer transactions based on digital signatures.

Our Speakers

Antony Welfare, group managing director, Luxoft and DXC Technology Blockchain Practice

Previously, Mr. Welfare led the development of blockchain go-to-market use cases in retail and supply chains (track & trace, provenance, customer loyalty, procurement and identity management) at Oracle. Mr. Welfare is a recognized authority on blockchain. He works across all sectors, employing the full range of leading-edge blockchain solutions, including: Hyperledger Fabric, Indy, Corda and Ethereum. Together with UCL CBT, he set up the Retail Blockchain Consortium to encourage blockchain adoption throughout the industry. Mr. Welfare advises the UK Government on blockchain issues and is a guest lecturer for UCL's blockchain program, a member of Forbes Technology Council, a much-sought-after keynote speaker and author of The Retail Handbook and Commercializing Blockchain: Strategic Applications in the Real World.

Nikhil Vadgama, deputy director (acting) and research associate at UCL Centre for Blockchain Technologies (UCL CBT), and lecturer in FinTech at the UCL School of Management

Mr. Vadgama’s global commercial experience spans several sectors including Education, Real Estate and FinTech. A founding member of the Retail Blockchain Consortium, he is dedicated to advancing the commercialization of AI and blockchain academic research in the UK and China, while at the same time advising fledgling blockchain and AI companies. Mr. Vadgama has an MBA (INSEAD), an MPhys (Oxford University) and level three of the grueling Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) program.

Find Out More About
Luxoft’s Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology Supply Chain Solution