Video of the DAML Supply Chain Webinar is out!

Missed our last webinar? Here is the recording:

Also, check out the Innover’s blog post on supply chain and Covid-19 application: Built a distributed application for supply chain using DAML in 4 weeks

In this DAML Webinar, we’ll take you through an exciting journey of how our guests Innover Digital set out to make a #supplychain #blockchain app to speed up health supplies procurement during #Covid19 and stumbled upon a much broader demand-supply matching problem.

The latencies in demand sensing and supply replenishment cause several problems for not only healthcare players, but across the entire value chain for retailers, manufacturers, and their suppliers.

We’ll show how a combination of smart contracts DLT, AI, and digital is a great way to meet these supply chain challenges.

:mag_right: Agenda:

  1. Overview of the supply chain challenges
  2. The problem of demand-supply matching
  3. How we built the health supplies procurement app:
    a) Zero to functioning business layer in 3 days
    b) Creating a full-stack app by building a mobile responsive front end

:speaking_head: Speakers:

  1. Rakesh Prasad, VP Digital, Innover
  2. @Arvind_Rao , Solutions Architect, Innover
  3. @Levente_Barczy, Client Engineer, Digital Asset
  4. @ManishGrover, Head of Channel & Solutions, Digital Asset

Let us know which future Webinar’s topics you would like to see :arrow_down:


@Arvind_Rao @Levente_Barczy @ManishGrover

This presentation was great - the slides, diagrams, and demo align quite well with some of the materials we have been working on and some of the discussions we have been having with external partners.

I volunteer with Helpful, a social impact non-profit organization with a specific focus on COVID-19 solutions.

One of the primary projects I work on at Helpful is developing a solution for supply chain interoperability between organizations with a focus on PPE. DAML has emerged as a compelling way to prototype and develop a distributed solution that can help bridge the gap between disparate organizations addressing the supply/demand signals while also engaging the maker community as well.

If you are open to sharing the model and/or any supplementary code or materials that you put together we would love to take a look. Also, if you have the bandwidth to discuss your findings it would be greatly appreciated.


Hi @psprings,
first: Welcome to the forum, is great to have you here.

We just asked internally and we hope to get back with a more concrete answer, stay tuned :+1:


Thanks @andreolf – looking forward to hearing your response!

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Sounds great @psprings. What a nice initiative! This IP actually belongs to Innover and I’ve pinged @Arvind_Rao.

In the meanwhile, please take a look at our open source supply chain app that can be easily customized for this purpose. Let us know what you think and I’m happy to help you as needed to evolve this app, and evangelize it as well.

Looking forward!

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Also worth noting that the code for the app mentioned is here: GitHub - digital-asset/ex-supply-chain: Reference DAML application demonstrating a supply chain use case.

And many more examples here: Digital Asset · GitHub

We’re also working on improving the UI of some of our open source examples and will have them out in the coming months :slight_smile:

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