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

August 28, 2014


“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


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


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


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 […]