TradeCard, a supply chain collaboration and global trade platform, has partnered with technology and services provider Technia to better serve trading partners in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. The partnership extends TradeCard’s presence in Europe and enhances delivery of its supply chain in the cloud offering. Technia’s local knowledge and expertise will help customers in the region obtain rapid return on investment.
“Partnerships are essential to our growth strategy for the European region,” said Greg Morrison, vice president of business and solutions development, TradeCard. “Technia’s robust services, expertise and presence are the foundation of a localised extension of the TradeCard network in the Nordic region. The partnership provides clear value and revenue potential for our customers through the delivery of an exciting mix of TradeCard’s advanced global trade processes paired with Technia’s local market expertise.”
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