About GSC Aviation ICO
GSC Aviation combines the effectiveness of battle-tested databases for query processes with the security of blockchain technology to provide a shared, trustworthy platform for updating information such as the financial strength of vendors, quality standards, and MRO (Maintenance Repair, and Overhaul) data. On background, a vast, decentralised network of computers records each transaction made by any member of the supply chain in a shared ledger (the blockchain) that is continuously and collectively updated in real time. Furthermore, a consensus algorithm running on all those computers ensures the validity of each transaction and prevents fraud and malicious attacks.
With his seven years of experience in purchasing, and having spent many hours a week sourcing, sending RFI, discovering suppliers, mapping scopes of purchase, and securing the supply chain by tracking performance of suppliers using KPI (Key Performance Indicators), Maxime felt the need of a tool such as GSC Aviation, suited to the substantive work of analysing the buyer's market.
The GSC Platform Company is located in France, in the South-West, land of gastronomy, viniculture, and festive atmosphere. The salary development plan is focused on recruiting students in Purchasing/Supply Chain and IT Development to be trained in the technical challenges of tomorrow. Certainly, Maxime will continue strategically to recruit abroad to strengthen his teams and always better meet the expectations of its customers, partners and the GSC Aviation community.
Our GSC solution provides a shared and reliable platform for updating information such as a supplier’s financial strength, payment terms, quality standards, prices, delivery terms, service specifications and part specifications as well as dispute resolution procedures. The GSC platform enables faster, efficient integration of new suppliers. In the background, a large, decentralized network of computers records each transaction made by a member of the supply chain in a shared register (the blockchain) that is continuously and collectively updated in real time. In addition, a POW consensus algorithm running on all of these computers ensures the validity of each transaction and prevents fraud and malicious attacks.In a critical sector like aviation, knowing the source of all parts, having product quality information and being able to locate the supplier of a faulty component is crucial for industry players. In addition, the transparent and verifiable features of blockchain technology enable an effective and rapid response to fraud detection.