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Private trading exchanges (PTX) have emerged as an external connectivity approach that eliminates the middleman.
In July 2001, Volkswagen (which like BMW is developing its own private trading exchange or PTX) signed a multi-year contract with US software company eBriviate to install eBriviate's sourcing tools on its PTX.
Integral clients configure a private trading exchange by creating their own virtual environment within FX Grid[R], " Harpal Sandhu, CEO Integral, said.
In addition to the core MFG/PRO eB2 suite and QAD eQ, David Yurman will implement modules for work-in-process inventory management, service and support, and private trading exchange functions.
Combining E2open's process integration software with IBM's proven e-business on demand capabilities allows us to offer a single source, on-demand private trading exchange solution that will meet the quicker return on investment and time-to-value requirements of our customers.
Vizional Technologies, a pioneering provider of multi-enterprise distributed inventory, order fulfillment, and private trading exchange solutions, delivers competitive advantage to its customers.
The private trading exchange will serve as the single e-business solution for national accounts, will coordinate sales activities, and will standardize multiple databases and back-office systems among the members and help ensure consistency and utilization of best practices throughout the Vanguard National Alliance (VNA) community.
NextSet Software, Inc today announced the deployment of the Private Trading eXchange (PTX) system within ANZ Investment Bank, a market leader in the Australian Capital Markets.