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Supply Chain Finance: Separating Fact from Fiction

In today’s multinational supply chains, efficiency remains king as corporations and suppliers alike seek ways to improve productivity and financial health. The efficiency gains achieved through decades of offshoring and outsourcing have been eroded by rising labor and shipping costs, and the long-tail impact of global commerce complexity.

As a result, there is a tremendous amount of working capital trapped in most supply chains. Unlocking this capital has the potential to increase cash flow, improve financial health and competitiveness of all supply chain constituents, and free up funding for new efficiency-focused innovation and process improvements. The potential of a well-executed supply chain finance program can be transformative for global enterprises and their suppliers. Yet, despite these successes, there are many myths surrounding how supply chain finance works and how to leverage it within the enterprise.

There are many misconceptions that should be clarified before a company embarks on a new supply chain finance initiative (or even improving their existing program) – the most important of which are the limitations of a single-funder or bank-led program. Lead banks in these programs aren’t motivated to provide competitive financing, and lack the technology focus to provide platforms that are scalable and easy to use. The solution to this problem is neutrality. Independent, bank-agnostic programs that draw on multiple funding sources from across the globe breed innovation and competition among funders.

Can I get you on the phone with a PrimeRevenue exec who can share how organizations can get the most out for their supply chain finance program?

PrimeRevenue ( is the leader in cloud-enabled supply chain finance solutions, managing and optimizing cash flow for more than 20,000 customers in over 70 countries. Last year, PrimeRevenue processed more than $100 billion worth of supply chain transactions through its platform. Headquartered in Atlanta, GA – the company operates globally with offices in London, Prague, and Hong Kong.

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