A special delivery from The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
Working in the global supply chain, my Co-Founder and Morpheus.Network CEO Danny Weinberger is no stranger to the challenges of ensuring special deliveries make their way from point A to point B. Today however, was different. He received his very own special delivery — a letter of appreciation from none other than the Director of Economic Cooperation and Trade at The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe.
Dan recently undertook the long trip to Hangzhou, China to deliver a speech at the event entitled ‘Blockchain in Trade Facilitation: Looking Toward Implementation’ as part of the UN/CEFACT Hangzhou Forum.
He was invited to talk about the challenges in implementation of new technology in Global Supply Chain, and the opportunities new technologies such as blockchain presented in both making them more efficient and transparent, and the standardization required for interoperability and simplified exchange of data between new technology and legacy systems.
Dan demonstrated, through a practical implementation with RUS MB, 5 key hurdles that needed to be overcome, and the ways in which the Morpheus.Network platform could address them.
The letter outlined the Director’s appreciation, on behalf of UN/CEFACT for his participation and support of the event, as well as the insightful contribution that added to to its success.
On behalf of the team at Morpheus, we’d like to take this opportunity to congratulate Dan for this achievement, and we look forward to his contribution at future UN/CEFACT events.
Way to go Dan!
Noam Eppel & the Morpheus.Network team!
The United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT) is a subsidiary, intergovernmental body of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) which serves as a focal point within the United Nations Economic and Social Council for trade facilitation recommendations and electronic business standards. It has global membership and its members are experts from intergovernmental organizations, individual countries’ authorities and also from the business community.