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A new study from Forrester Consulting, commissioned by NetSuite, found that many midmarket, B2B sellers say their ecommerce solutions have contributed to their growth in sales, new customer acquisitions and improved customer relationships.
Too many procurement leaders and managers rely on supply management strategies that deliver results in the short term but that aren't sustainable over the long haul. Once the sheen from those early wins rubs off, senior management looks for someone knew to take the helm. In this session we'll examine…
Express Freight Finance is launching with an initial capital base of more than $30 million and is backed by Adelphi Capital, a merchant bank with a strong track record of equity investment in factoring and other financial services for transportation companies in the United States.
Express Freight Finance, an independent factoring company specializing in transportation clients, has recently launched its freight-bill factoring services for truck fleets, owner-operators, and freight brokers nation-wide.
Customers demand lease agreements that allow for change, reduce or eliminate penalties, and prevent surprises during or at the end of the term. Finance partners have responded by offering unprecedented flexibility and risk mitigation.
In a recent interview, SCMR dug a bit deeper into the recently released 2015 Return on Supply Management Assets (ROSMA) Performance Check Study, “Building a Bolder Legacy: The Procurement Mission is Under Way.
Here are insights shared by Joe Raudabaugh, an A.T. Kearney partner.
Many Republicans and Democrats avidly support the work of Ex-Im Bank. But this time, a group of Tea Party conservatives and the Heritage Foundation are fighting against reauthorization, citing ideological concerns over government interference in a free market economy.