Klein­schmidt Attends the 2018 BiTA Fall Symposium

The Blockchain in Trans­porta­tion Alliance descends on Grapevine, Texas this week for its annual Fall Symposium, and Klein­schmidt leadership will be present as BiTA leaders and members alike coalesce to further develop blockchain standards for the freight trans­porta­tion and logistics industry. 

November 14

Grapevine, TX

Repre­senting Klein­schmidt will be CEO, Dan Heinen, whose presence on the BiTA Board of Directors brings a vast wealth of EDI and B2B message development expertise to the group. In addition to Heinen, VP of Sales, Doug Anderson, and EVP of Operations and Business Development, Frank Oriold, represent the orga­ni­za­tion on the technical standards development level crucial to the successful imple­men­ta­tion of a unified framework. As always, Klein­schmidt as a whole is excited to bring our standards development and trucking data expertise to the BiTA board and committees alongside the best of the best in the industry,” said Phil Johnson, Director of Marketing at Klein­schmidt. With our team’s extensive background in EDI integration and the go-to X12 and XML data standards of the industry as it lies, they’re the perfect match to help bring to light the standards that widespread blockchain use will need to gain foothold in the coming years.”

About BiTA

Founded in August 2017, the Blockchain In Transport Alliance (BiTA), has quickly grown into the largest commercial blockchain alliance in the world, with nearly 500 members in over 25 countries that collec­tively generate over $1 trillion in revenue annually. 

BiTA is a member-driven orga­ni­za­tion; members are primarily from the freight, trans­porta­tion, logistics and affiliated industries. Alliance members share a common mission of driving the adoption of emerging technology forward. We accomplish this by developing industry standards; educating members and others on blockchain applications/​solutions and distributed ledger technology (DLT); and encouraging the use and adoption of new solutions.

(Source: BiTA.studio)