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Businesses should make ethics, governance and risk management top priorities in value chain management, a new CIMA report has urged.
Supply chain finance provides a unique opportunity for finance and procurement professionals to provide significant and measurable bottom line benefits to their organizations," said Lalig Musserian, research director of financial value chain management and co-author of the report.
M1 Global enables customer value chain management solutions through our On Demand Converged Business Platform.
This forms part of our Value Chain Management business model, to offer an end-to-end solution to our clients," said Paul Simpson, Global Trade, Procurement and Card Services Business Executive for JPMorgan Treasury Services.
the collaborative commerce company, today introduced Cyclone Director, the first suite of value chain management applications that provides real-time visibility and management of business transactions between customers, suppliers and other partners "outside the four walls.
Experienced ERP Provider Offers Small- to Mid-Sized Businesses A Feature-Rich, Cost-Conscience Value Chain Management alternative
To facilitate service provider migration toward complex value chain and fluid pricing models, Highdeal has concentrated on developing and automating a new generation of profit simulation, convergent pricing and rating, and value chain management tools aimed at maintaining gross margins and accurate revenue projections for all value chain participants.
GETPAID is the leading provider of software and services to support Financial Value Chain Management (FVCM); offering a suite of web-enabled receivable management and invoicing solutions to facilitate automation and collaboration.