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How Supply Chain Financing Is Changing Buyer-Supplier Relationships (ThomasNet News)

August 28, 2014

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“Prominent business and supply chain analyst Jon Hansen says when buyers try to improve working capital position at the expense of suppliers, bad things happen usually. Supply chain financing is a tool that mutually benefits the positions of both stakeholders, creating win-win buyer-supplier situations”. – ThomasNet News 30

The New eCommerce B2B World: Redefining the Buyer – Supplier Relationship by Nilesh Gopali

August 5, 2014

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is part 2 in a 4 part series by cloudBuy’s Nilesh Gopali that has been published in the Brokers Forum of India magazine.  You can access part 1 in the series through the following link; July issue, page 26 for article part 1 of 4 In my previous article Connecting the dots […]

A CFO provides his perspective on the question of supply chain finance in the public sector

February 25, 2011

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A funny thing happened on the way to writing Part 2 of the planned series on Supply Chain Finance . . . a debate broke out. Of course I would prefer a good debate any day over the monologue associated with a single discourse. It is in this spirit of conversational exchange, that I am […]

More people weigh in on the question of governments funding suppliers . . .

February 23, 2011

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As any blogger or social networking maven will tell you, comments from readers are sometimes far and few between depending on the topic being discussed. While I have certainly enjoyed the commentary feedback from as many as 50 plus people for a particular post or article – usually dealing with the lighter side of the […]