Over the last two years blockchain technology has presented itself as a potential digital transformation that could disrupt and revitalize many business models. However, this digital transformation is still new and many companies grapple with possible applications of its theoretically sound benefits. Academic research is scarce and often limited to high level perspectives on how blockchain can benefit businesses in general. The time is right for exploring specific applications of the technology. This research considers how the digital transformation to blockchain could impact inventory management practices within the retail industry. The research relies on data collected through phenomenological interviews with management personnel of three clothing retail store franchisees.
Fenik, Anton P.; Mackie, Makenna M.; Allman, Helena F.; and Keller, Scott
"No More Missing Inventory: Blockchain and RFID Technology Applications within the Retail Inventory Management System,"
Journal of Transportation Management: Vol. 30:
2, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/jotm/vol30/iss2/4