T.M. Ragib Shahrier

Work place: Faculty of Science and Technology /American International University-Bangladesh, Dhaka,1229, Bangladesh

E-mail: ragibshahrier43@gmail.com


Research Interests: Computer Vision, Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence


T. M. Ragib Shahrier is a current B.Sc. Computer Science and Engineering student majoring in Software Engineering at American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB). He is expected to graduate in 2023. His research interests include Human-Computer Interaction, Cryptography, Computer Vision, Internet of things, and Artificial Intelligence. He is skilled in programming languages such as C#, Php, Java, Nest, and React and is familiar with tools such as Git, Jupyter Notebook, Visual studio, and VS Code.

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Beyond the Hype: A Proposed Model Based on Critical Analysis of Blockchain Technology’s Potential to Address Supply Chain Issues

By A.S.M. Fazle Rabbi T.M. Ragib Shahrier Md. Mushfiqur Rahman Miraz Sazia Rahman Dip Nandi

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijitcs.2023.06.05, Pub. Date: 8 Dec. 2023

This paper explores the proposed solutions based on blockchain technology's potential to solve supply chain management issues. The problems include lack of traceability and transparency, scalability and cost issues, sustainability, efficiency, patchwork logistics, and bullwhip effect issues. In this paper, we have suggested some solutions with the help of blockchain technology. The solutions can solve multiple significant issues in supply chain management. Our blockchain-based solutions can provide a secure and visible record of all transactions and data along the supply chain, which can improve traceability and transparency, a decentralized and efficient method of data processing and exchange that can also increase scalability and reduce cost, a transparent and accountable way to track and verify sustainability-related data. Our method can enable more streamlined and automated tracking and data sharing, helping to reduce the risk of delays and inefficiencies while mitigating the risk of the bullwhip effect by providing real-time visibility and enabling better communication and collaboration between parties. The paper discusses the implications and challenges of implementing blockchain in supply chain management.

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