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Tradecard to present consumer electronics Supply Chain strategy for merging cash, goods and data at ces

Session to Focus on Financial Supply Chain Initiatives that Optimize Credit and Cash at the First CES Supply Chain Academy. TradeCard Inc., the leading provider of global trade products for financial and physical supply chain automation, will present a session on the importance of automating key points in the consumer electronics supply chain during the Consumer Electronics Supply Chain Academy (CESCA), a conference held January 10-11, 2007 within the International CES at the Las Vegas Convention Center. TradeCard's CEO Kurt Cavano will discuss significant benefits that can be realized in the often-overlooked area of financial supply chain management.

Best practices will be presented for optimizing the movement of money, goods and data to end the traditional trade-offs that exist between minimizing inventory, assuring product availability and reducing production costs.

"Market conditions and demand can shift rapidly in this industry, and supply chain visibility and agility are keys to success," said Cavano. "We're working with consumer electronics companies to automate transactions and deliver strategic financial services through an on-demand platform that will enable better margins and cash flow, improved visibility and operational agility, and sustainable business growth."

The TradeCard session will take place January 11th at 10-10:45 a.m. in Room N256 at CESCA.

Kurt Cavano is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of TradeCard, Inc., a technology and services firm that has automated the procurement process for corporations from order through settlement. Cavano has more than 20 years of experience assisting corporations to improve their business performance through the intelligent application of technology. Featured as one of World Trade Magazine's 50 most influential people, Cavano is a frequent speaker and writer on issues involving international trade and global supply chain management.

More information about the Consumer Electronics Supply Chain Academy (CESCA) is available at www.cesupplychain.com

About TradeCard
TradeCard is the leading provider of on-demand supply chain management solutions. The TradeCard Platform synchronizes financial transactions with physical events in the global supply chain to help customers automate trade transactions from purchase order to payment and chargebacks. Buyers, sellers and their trading partners manage transactions through a web-based platform with online financial services integrated into the workflow. This turnkey transaction management enables customers to improve margins and enhance growth, with extra-organizational supply chain visibility. TradeCard's on-the-ground trade experts throughout the world assure superior supply chain agility.

TradeCard manages global trade for thousands of users in over 40 countries, including Columbia Sportswear, Rite Aid and Wolverine Worldwide. TradeCard Inc. is headquartered in New York City and has offices in San Francisco, Hong Kong, Brussels, Taipei, Seoul, Tokyo, Colombo, and Shenzhen.

Source : www.tradecard.com

Mardi 12 Décembre 2006

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