Martha bennett forrester

Martha bennett forrester

Principal analyst martha bennett – atos commissioned study

Many of the most advanced and effective blockchain ventures include supply chain and logistics use cases, such as record management and goods tracking, as well as trade finance. Having access to a “golden record” of key data is obviously beneficial in and of itself — no more reconciling phone calls and email exchanges […]
The mixture of GDPR and distributed ledger technology (DLT, AKA blockchain) is either a toxic cocktail or a magical potion, depending on who you ask. The truth, as you would expect, is more nuanced: Although GPDR makes DLT-based architectures more difficult to implement, it does not render them redundant or unviable. Furthermore, DLT can play an important role in […]
Those hoping for immediate business and process change will give up, while visionaries will press ahead. When asked for a one-sentence rundown of how I see 2018 shaping up in the blockchain technology arena, I typically respond with this. It’s almost as though you’re living in two worlds when it comes to blockchain technology: The first is […]

What is blockchain? trends and challenges – with martha

Forrester Research, an American market research firm, recently released its Blockchain technology forecasts for 2021. The report includes some interesting results, such as the fact that 2020 will be a significant year for the growth of Blockchain technology in the enterprise and the DLT technology space.
Many of the Blockchain-based frameworks in use today, according to Bennet, have one thing in common: they take less time to overcome differences. This could also be instantaneous in some situations. This common factor, according to Bennet, relates to all supply chain and financial services use cases: “It’s not only about having less staff to perform those tasks; it’s also about cutting down on time and freeing up liquidity.” One of the most important points is that it is possible to make this a reality today, using current processes and operating models“.
According to the study, almost all of the projects that will pass from the pilot to the production phase next year will be deployed on cloud-based Blockchain business platforms. Alibaba, Huawei, IBM, Microsoft, OneConnect, and Oracle are likely to be among them.

Consensus 2020: state of enterprise blockchain full session

Martha Bennett, VP and Principal Analyst at Forrester, spoke at Consensus Distributed yesterday about the state of enterprise blockchain or distributed ledger technology (DLT) in 2020, describing blockchain as a disruptive technology.
However, due to new resource limitations, speculative ventures will be abandoned, and further proofs of concept will be unnecessary because we already know the technology works. Pilot projects must have a clear path to production at the next stage of growth. Although research and development has not slowed, in today’s environment, initiatives must have a clear advantage and must align with corporate priorities such as ESG.
For both non-technical and technical factors, the difference between a pilot and development remains substantial, in part because it is still an evolving technology that necessitates education. Furthermore, the plethora of blockchain implementations is perplexing.
“There are just a few (technologies) that have really crystallized and are standing out and gaining momentum in the enterprise. And, in reality, a number of them are represented on this panel,” Bennett said. Hyperledger (Fabric, Sawtooth, Indy +), R3 (Corda), and Kaleido were on the panel (Ethereum).

The future post-covid19 with bernard marr

Martha is the CIO, and her responsibilities include business intelligence (BI), analytics, and big data. Her current research focuses on two main areas: 1) the examination of best practices for making the most of an organization’s data, as well as the development of effective processes and organizational structures; and 2) the examination of the impact of emerging technologies and market pressures on the management and delivery of BI capabilities. BI in the cloud, mobile BI, blockchain, and the effects of the Internet of Things are some of the other main research fields.

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