Chinsay and Commodities People are partnering to bring additional expertise on trade digitalisation, data and technologies to the commodities community. The partnership will result in sharing ongoing knowledge and best practice with the wider commodity audience.
Ahead of the Commodity Trading Week event, where CP partners up with WISTA, Maryana Yarmolenko Stober took the time to speak to us about women’s representation in the International trade and shipping sector and what will be the drivers to achieve more in that space.
While global digitalisation today has permeated virtually every sector in 2021, including financial markets (particularly the stock market), the commodities market has lagged in its adoption.
What will the post-COVID-19 supply chain look like? Regionalisation, Digitalisation and automation,
and Decarbonisation. What will be the consequences of the current container crisis?
Energy and commodities markets pose complex challenges to digital transformation. To compete successfully, businesses need technology teams that develop thoughtful, well-considered strategies, deliver robust, well-structured IT infrastructure and ensure clean consistent data. But what does this entail in practice?
2020 has pointed out the inefficiencies around trading and supply chain management, and it was shown that the companies with the most digitised operations have been better off during the peak of the COVID-19 crisis. So what exactly made a difference for them? What are the projects companies are rolling out now? What’s next in digitalisation for commodities?
A discussion on the actual value of Artificial Intelligence to businesses, Al update and usage in commodities, the process needed to embark on an Al project, and case study with Al in practice.
In this interview, we talked about risk mitigation plans, COVID-19 recovery, climate change, and digitalisation with Vijay Chakravarthy, Group Risk Officer at ED&F Man.
Organised in partnership with VAKT, this webinar explored the future of technology and potential solutions to some of the market challenges ahead.
Covid-19 has accelerated digital transformation across commodity supply chains. Companies with legacy or no CTRM systems may now find themselves feeling left behind, suddenly forced to find better ways to get business done and bring the technology in quickly – or risk being left behind for good.