More NewsGT Nexus Adds Financial Supply Chain Services to Portal

GT Nexus Adds Financial Supply Chain Services to Portal

GT Nexus has launched GT Nexus Trade, an integrated set of trade and financial services delivered on-demand over the company’s industry-backed global trade and logistics portal. The solution is designed to give companies, their trading partners and their banks a single, industry-neutral platform to automate the global ‘procure-to-pay’ process. The new capabilities support a range of supply chain finance strategies. It aims to create improved levels of operational efficiency through standardized data and documents. The solution also offers pre-shipment financing, inventory financing and post-shipment financing programs.

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