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Global apparel leader renews contract to broaden use of TradeCard’s cloud-based platform to manage transactions from order through shipment and settlement. TradeCard, Inc., the supply chain collaboration and global trade platform used by 10,000 retailers, brands, manufacturers and service providers, … Continue reading
TradeCard Inc., the supply chain collaboration platform used by more than 10,000 retailers, brands, manufacturers and service providers, recently reported that it grew by 36% in 2011. TradeCard attributes this increase to its cloud-based platform for end-to-end supply chain visibility.
“What you can’t measure, you can’t manage.” This often quoted old adage has taken on a new lease of life in our current supply chains. Nowhere is it more important to have a firm grasp on the metrics than in … Continue reading
Are they working together for you? Pressure on escalating costs within healthcare supply chains creates a challenge to the providers to do more with less whilst continuing to provide a top quality and efficient service. Removing input costs from within … Continue reading
The PayStream Healthcare Summit is less than a month away. Susan DeVore, President and CEO of the Premier Health Alliance, is our keynote speaker. I’m looking forward to hearing her speak. Our list of esteemed attendees from some of the … Continue reading
Doing more with less – a situation healthcare systems often find themselves in these days.
Supply Chain Financing is Growing | Innovative Finance Managers are Learning How With the Receivables Exchange
Did you ever wonder why business-to-business transactions are typically settled in 30 days? Why not when goods or services are delivered? Ironically, the concept of trade terms were invented by the Greeks who needed a system to allow for transportation … Continue reading
Every Supply Chain executive can tell you that sourcing strategy, category depth of expertise, negotiation prowess, and procurement execution are the critical components of a highly effective supply management initiative. If everyone knows the basics, why do we still see … Continue reading