Genesis Supply Chain Platform is a company based in France. Our worldwide team of supply chain, IT and blockchain
professionals is developing a supply chain solution to streamline processes for Supply Chain Industry while
improving the customers safety.
We provide a platform to all purchasing professionals to improve their businesses results in reducing the costs
and time with an easy
tool to implement in the blockchain technology. Each company will be able to manage and secure their own business
by using the blockchain
technology to fight against counterfeited parts in the supply chain.
The goal of GSC Platform is to simplify the processes involved in managing the supply
chain and improve safety with end
to end parts tracking from manufacture to installation using the blockchain in some sensitive industries such as
aviation or rail.
GSC Platform will expand buyers and sellers reach through our global marketplace. By incorporating the blockchain
we will be able
to take advantage of the security and speed in transactions and to keep immutable records for the lifetime of
parts. The UI of the
platform is thinking to be the more user friendly is possible.
We wish that our users are autonomous on our blockchain using our application without needing our developers as a
third party to create
smart contracts and implement tracking documentation into the blockchain.
Any company which is willing to improve their supply chain processes and to strengthen
their relationship with
their suppliers and customers with a plug and play tool.
More specifically, all organizations in the transportation industry who control and monitor parts installed on
planes, trains, boats or automotive and want to anticipate their supply and subcontracting as well as improve
their clients’ safety in travels.
Our current users are FlyDynamics, Aviator Solutions LLC, Guan Chuan or Forecast Electronics.
Blockchain : Blockchain is a technology that appeared in 2008, aiming to secure exchanges,
data storage as well as transactions via algorithms.
Smart Contract : A Smart Contrat is a second generation blockchain. Smart Contract allows
to digitalize a contract between two people or entities in order to make it automatic, auto-feasible and
Token or cryptocurrency : Token or cryptocurrency is the right to use of blokchain. GSCP
token will permit the use of GSC product (cf. section 1.5.1) The more token the user owns, the more he can use
the platform, creating a Smart Contract with Smart Purchases or control a part’s compliance with Parts
ERC20 compatible wallet : The GSCP token is an ERC20 (nature of the token). In order to
store it, is necessary to create a compatible wallet. This wallet acts as a digital bank account for GSCP
tokens. For more details, please visit the FAQ page (Frequently Asked Questions).
Soft Cap : Soft Cap is the minimal amount to be raised through token’s sale for the project
to be viable for GSC Platform.
Hard Cap : Contrary to the Soft Cap, Hard Cap is the amount for which GSC Platform will be
able to develop the entirety of the project the most effectively.
ERP : The Enterprise resource planning is the management of all the information and
resources involved in a company's operations by means of an integrated computer system.
Purchase process : This is the protocol in any company followed by buyers in order to
purchase in the best conditions. Time needed may vary (average 30 days) according to the purchase. (heavy
purchase, investment, emergency, recurring purchase).
RFI : Request For Information or supplier’s discovery. This is the first step of purchasing
process, allowing the buyer to discover new suppliers able to deliver his needs to meet his client’s
requirements. It can be a long stage (2 to 3 weeks), very tedious and time consuming in the daily schedule of
the buyer, as he needs to recover an important load of data regarding the suppliers.
RFQ : Request For Quotation. This is where the supplier gets selected by the company.
Methodology and time are required for this stage. Offers assessment dashboard will allow the buyer to winnow to
2 or 3 of the best suppliers according to their RFQ’s. Executive committee will make the final decision.
Supplier performance follow-up : This is a critical step for a company. It is done after
delivery of the product or after service is performed by the supplier. The buyer rates its suppliers in order
to analyze in which area they become less efficient. This way, the buyer implements corrective actions to
improve the business with the concerned supplier.