This Nordic venture could well end up disrupting not just the business software industry but the banking industry
Tradeshift’s aim is to put an end to paper-based invoicing and payment chasing. Since it was launched two years
ago, more than 150,000 organisations in 190 countries have signed up to it – including the National Health
Service in the UK.
One of the most potentially disruptive startups of the last ten years.
With QuickBooks users being able to use Tradeshift for invoicing, the chances are they will naturally encourage
others that they invoice to move over to Tradeshift. This really is a significant leap in potential user count
for the company.
Tradeshift, the company that turns invoicing between businesses into an online activity across a ‘social
network’-style platform, is set to announce some big hires today, part of a recruitment drive that has seen it
take on almost 50 people in that past two months.