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[A]t the recent World Knowledge Forum in Seoul, South Korea, pioneering blockchain management company Bext360 announced new traceability features added to its SaaS platform that are capable of measuring and reporting thousands of metrics to address economic, environmental, governance, and social priorities. The new monitoring capabilities mean that companies will have a better understanding of their environmental footprint throughout their supply chains and be able to make more informed management decisions in regard to environmental, social, and economic impact.

Bext360 also released a new company manifesto video that explains how these new technological advancements can allow consumers to understand where their products come from and build a better, more transparent supply chain that values human rights and environmental sustainability.

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