Tradeshift is proud to participate in the new ELN virtual event around Finance & Procurement Transformation.Let's have a chat
Tradeshift is proud to participate in the new ELN virtual event around Finance & Procurement Transformation.
Paper in your supply chain ends here. Your sellers are ready to sell more and get invoices paid faster. Your business is ready to keep supply moving, adapting as it goes. Are you ready?
We digitize trade. A global network of 1.5 million buyers & sellers use our trade technology platform to access supply chain payments, B2B marketplaces, and apps.
Other solutions “cloudify” legacy workflow processes. Tradeshift eliminates them, making digital the default for the orders, invoices, conversations, and other transactions that occur between you and your sellers.
Unlike other business “networks”, Tradeshift allows many buyers to connect to many sellers. You get more data, smarter AI, improved efficiency, and—with the network effect—an increasingly resilient supply ecosystem.
Build your own apps, integrate with legacy systems, or choose from hundreds of app partners.
During this session, Tradeshift and IBM will discuss how a B2B Marketplace can:
Regional VP, Nothern Europe
Vice President Global Procurement
IBM Procurement Services
Supply chain activity is beginning to normalize - just don’t call it a comeback (not yet anyway).
The latest numbers from Tradeshift’s Index of Global Trade Health report were released on October 21st, and while they paint an encouraging picture about trends in trade and the global economy in general, what lies ahead is still in the balance. For one thing, suppliers are still having a hard time getting the cash they need to run their businesses. Order volumes might be on the up, but lengthy payment terms mean suppliers are having to wait to replenish cash reserves. Also, with many regions and countries on wildly different COVID recovery timelines, it’s hard to predict what lies ahead. Read the full report now.