More NewsCGI Receives US Patent for Trade and Supply Chain Solution

CGI Receives US Patent for Trade and Supply Chain Solution

CGI Group, a provider of information technology and business process services, was issued a patent in the US for CGI Trade360. The patent protects CGI’s exclusive rights to the object-oriented trade finance system designed to support clients with global, large-scale transactional workflow.

“CGI has proved itself to be ahead of the curve in trade finance, delivering Trade360 as a Software as a Service in a highly-secure, community cloud for over 10 years,” said Steven Starace, vice president, CGI. “This patent underscores our commitment to driving innovation in the trade services market and delivering solutions that meet our clients’ evolving business needs, so they can stay up-to-date with technological and functional advances at significantly reduced total cost of ownership.”

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