Altana Technologies Lands $100M Series B to Fund Expansion
Altana has raised $100 million in a Series B round led by Activate Capital.
Illuminating the Xinjiang Forced Labor Ecosystem
As the U.S. implements legislation to combat Uyghur forced labor, companies must better understand their supply chains. Our reseach brief, using the Altana Atlas, illuminates pathways through which Uyghur forced labor enters the global economy.
Why Value Chain Visibility is Crucial for Companies to Meet Growing ESG Regulations
Tobias Larsson, Head of Supply Chain at Altana speaks to Jonah McIntire on The Logistics Tribe Podcast about how the advances in supply chain visibility are so crucial to running a global supply chain.
Join Us for a Fireside Chat at the TPMTech Conference
Our CEO Evan Smith will take the stage at the TPMTech conference, in conversation with Eric Johnson, Senior Editor at the Journal of Commerce on Friday, February 25, 2022.
Announcement: Altana and Chain.io Partnership
Chain.io, a cloud-based integration platform that connects partners across the global supply chain, announced its integration with Altana AI, an artificial intelligence platform that provides a shared source of truth for the global supply chain, to help governments and the private sector build better global commerce.
How to Ease the Impact of Port Congestion on Your Supply Chain
Tobias Larsson, our Head of Supply Chain at Altana, argued in SupplyChainBrain that to mitigate risks at ports, it's crucial to first increase supply chain visibility.
The Past and Future of Trade Compliance with Alan Bersin, Former Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection
Former Commissioner of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Executive Chairman of the Altana Advisory Board, Alan Bersin, joined our CEO Evan Smith for a wide-ranging fireside chat on the past and future of global trade, trade compliance, and risk management.
How Can AI Amplify Efficiency for Compliance Professionals?
As customs demands grow, compliance becomes an increasingly exciting challenge that is well suited to AI. Logistics providers are poised to drive future profitable growth with the right combination of technology, data intelligence, people, and processes.
What's Wrong with Our Global Supply Chains
COVID-19 made the world completely rethink how to manage supply chains. But supply chain disruptions are nothing new, they have always occurred, and we were never well-prepared for them. It’s time to make lasting changes to global supply chains using the technology tools we have now.
Insight Into the Unknown: Strengthen Your Supply Chain With Multi-Tier Visibility
Knowing who your tier 2 and 3 suppliers are and where they’re located is only one of the ways that artificial intelligence (AI) is able to connect multi-tier supply chain data to build resilience in your business. The future of AI in supply chain management is here.
Trade Compliance Auditing Reimagined Thanks to AI
Historically, detecting trade non-compliance was more of a guessing game than we’d like to admit. It was impossible to know without random, non-strategic compliance audits, which shipments contained items that were worth the time and human resources to investigate.
The Past and Future of Borders
The purpose and function of borders in world history has been and remains to delineate and demarcate - that is, to differentiate one sovereignty from another.