Usyncro team with Ana González, president, and Ramón García, general manager of the Spanish Logistics Center, respectively.
USYNCRO, FINALIST IN THE CEL AWARDS WITH ITS BLOCKCHAIN AND IA-BASED SOLUTION FOR SYNCHRONIZING THE SUPPLY CHAIN.
BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY CONQUERS THE LOGISTICS SECTOR
Usyncro, the open and independent solution that digitizes global trade logistics, challenges such a traditional activity with blockchain technology and celebrates its award for Innovation and Logistics Excellence at the sector’s dean awards.
After the ceremony last December 15, Usyncro added to the collection of recognitions of 2021, the highest award of the logistics sector with its project: SaaS solution in the cloud to synchronize the Supply Chain through Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence technologies. “The best culmination to 2021 after launching the Usyncro brand and making known in the market our purpose of bringing digitalization closer to all organizations with the construction of the Marketplace for Logistics”, commented Marcos Icardo, CTO of Usyncro.
The Usyncro platform centralizes the management of processes and stores documentation, giving visibility to all the actors involved in the Supply Chain. The documentation is traceable, secure and validated by the users themselves thanks to Blockchain technology. Artificial Intelligence and the use of Machine Learning allow automation, thus improving efficiency and reducing errors. Usyncro proposes a solution that aspires to become a worldwide standard.
In addition, the technology company closes 2021 as winners of the Entrepreneur Awards of the Madrid City Council; and seeing ratified the investment support by Draper B1 and Plug & Play -two of the most relevant funds of Silicon Valley- with a view to a new round of financing in 2022. They have also been one of the seven finalists (among 645 nominations) of the everis Awards and the Connected Industry Observatory.
“Of all the distinctions we have received since the launch of the project, this is the one we are most excited about because it is the recognition of the sector. For us, being awarded the CEL Start-up Award by the Spanish Logistics Center and the prestigious jury that makes up each edition is one of the best ways to end a year full of relevant milestones that we consider key to our growth,” says Cristina Martín Lorenzo, CEO of Usyncro.
“The CEL Start-up Award is the youngest among the different categories, but the one that is showing the most strength since its birth. Each year, we have had more and more nominations, a symptom of the good state of the entrepreneurial ecosystem and its interest in the sector as an opportunity for innovation,” says Ramón García, general manager of the Spanish Logistics Center and technical manager of the CEL Awards.