SCLogic joins the Blockchain in Transport Alliance

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SCLogic, a leading provider of in-building logistics systems, announced today that they have joined the Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA).

BiTA is the first of its kind: an organization created by transportation and logistics industry leaders with the unified mission of developing a standards framework for blockchain, educating the market on blockchain applications, and encouraging the use of those applications through exemplary implementation.

“This is an exciting opportunity for SCLogic. We will be able to share our expertise and experience as facility workflow developers in the logistics industry with a consortium of like-minded leaders; leaders that are dedicated to forging a new path where the supply chain and cutting-edge technology are more intertwined than ever. Being a BiTA member also means we can learn from fellow members that come from every facet of the supply chain industry to even better position our customers for success,” stated Michael Saldi, President & CEO of SCLogic.

In essence, blockchain is a type of digital ledger technology (DLT) comprised of unalterable, digitally recorded data called ‘blocks’ that are shared between a privately or publicly distributed network. Once recorded via a cryptographic signature, the data in any given block cannot be changed without the alteration of all subsequent blocks, which requires the consent from the other network participants. The results are a transparent yet incredibly secure method to record any number of processes from financial transactions like bitcoin to identity management and asset tracking, both a common occurrence in the facility management world.

Founded in 1996, SCLogic is a leading provider of the innovative facilities workflow platform software that leverages the latest barcode scanning, printing, mobile computing and wireless technologies. The company has thousands of enterprise, government, and university users around the world. SCLogic, is headquartered in Annapolis, MD, with offices in New Jersey, Texas, Florida, and California.

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