Xeneta changed everything by connecting shipping’s customers to each other. Now it’s about to show how the power of its disruptive platform works for shipping too.
Business is going social and the right people are key. Finding them is going to be a real headache, and money alone won’t cure anything.
Technology is growing exponentially, as the bureaucracy that regulates it falls behind will the inflection point mean a ‘bureaucratic singularity’ for shipping?
When it comes to technology in shipping defining the statistical risk isn’t enough. We need a human response that takes into account the social, cultural and emotional context.
As a seasoned shipbroker Richard Rivlin has disrupted from the inside out, developing a platform where data and advanced analytics marries deep domain expertise.
Technology is disrupting risk, and it will both change and make maritime fortunes in the process.
Maritime’s culture of self-reliance is at odds with machine-centred automation. Bridging the divide between the physical and tangible, and the digital and virtual needs humans at its heart.