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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