The standards for message interchange in global businesses is already established on the Universal Business Language. The development team are making the standard for billing operate on the Blockchain for everyone to use.
Supply Chain Documents
Document Messaging Tokens are used on the Ethereum blockchain to send business documents.
Supply Chain on the Blockchain
The BBILLER project is crowd-funding the development of supply chain solutions by building a global decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) where participants get involved directly by way of an Initial Coin Offer. These participants guide the operations and direction of the DAO’s efforts and work products by way of proposing and balloting how funds are expended in development and deployment. Investors and customers can directly assess the efficacy of the Ethereum smart contract implemented to support the project’s democratization mechanics. In particular, not only can candidate users of the technology get on board to promote the project development of solutions and new features to meet their needs, they end up participating in the success of the deployment when the project is engaged by all others as well. This approach to the running of a software development organization is new. The company has proposed an initial core architectural platform on which customers can build their first bespoke solutions for themselves while making the solutions available for all. This platform supports B2B information interchange in the areas of procurement, logistics, transportation, and payments, in conjunction with IoT information interchange for asset tracking and provenance.
As a completely disintermediated solution connecting the world’s trading partners, borders and barriers of all kinds can be bridged by building on the base with digital payment means such as when using digital wallets. And as the worlds’ needs evolve, the DAO can supplant the initial bootstrap efforts with revisions to meet identified requirements.
Supply chain partners can actively participate in the balloting of how seeded project funds are to be allocated to the development and to company operations, as well as how ultimately to be disbursed. Their participation in the DAO is rewarded by their specific needs being addressed. Meanwhile, project funds grow, in turn, with the active use of the developed software in an affordable and cost-effective fee-for-service scenario palatable to all users. Users are servicing users directly, affordably, securely, and privately, not by way of a centralized traditional software vendor solution that takes the control and the destiny of their information out of their hands..
Supply Chain Smart Contracts
Secure and Private
Application Response, Attached Document, Awarded Notification, Bill of Lading, Call for Tenders, Catalogue, Catalogue Deletion, Catalogue Item Specification Update, Catalogue Pricing Update, Catalogue Request, Certificate of Origin, Contract Award Notice, Contract Notice, Credit Note, Debit Note, Despatch Advice, Document Status, Document Status Request, Exception Criteria, Exception Notification, Forecast, Forecast Revision, Forwarding Instructions, Freight Invoice, Fulfilment Cancellation, Goods Item Itinerary, Guarantee Certificate, Instruction for Returns, Inventory Report, Invoice, Item Information Request, Order, Order Cancellation, Order Change, Order Response, Order Response Simple, Packing List, Prior Information Notice, Product Activity, Quotation, Receipt Advice, Reminder, Remittance Advice, Request for Quotation, Retail Event, Self Billed Credit Note, Self Billed Invoice, Statement, Stock Availability Report, Tender, Tender Receipt, Tenderer Qualification, Tenderer Qualification Response, Trade Item Location Profile, Transport Execution Plan, Transport Execution Plan Request, Transport Progress Status, Transport Progress Status Request, Transport Service Description, Transport Service Description Request, Transportation Status, Transportation Status Request, Unawarded Notification, Utility Statement, Waybill