GM Holden to Discuss How It Achieved Sustainable Reduction in Inventory Utilizing TradeBeam’s i-Supply
SAN MATEO, Calif. (October 02, 2009 )--(BUSINESS WIRE)--TradeBeam, the leader in SaaS-based global trade management solutions (GTM), today announced that it will present a webinar with GM Holden and AMR research on October 7 to discuss how companies who desire an agile, demand-driven global supply chain can utilize technology to successfully manage their global supply chain processes.
Using TradeBeam’s i-Supply in conjunction with a supplier collaboration initiative, Paul Annett, E-fulfillment manager of GM Holden will discuss how the company increased global supply chain visibility enabling the company to achieve a sustainable reduction in its inventory levels, which plays a critical role in an organization’s financial performance. With i-Supply, GM Holden’s global supply chain is optimized through lean replenishment to maximize bottom line performance.
“In a highly competitive industry such as automotive, supply chain visibility is one of the key elements in a profitable, optimized supply chain,” said Ed Flaherty, CEO of TradeBeam. “Complex, demand-driven global supply chain networks require that manufacturers easily collaborate with suppliers across multiple time zones and geographies. TradeBeam’s i-Supply solution not only simplifies buyer-supplier interaction, but leverages continuous improvement processes to optimize the global supply chain and deliver working capital back to the organization.”
On October 7 at 10:00 a.m. EDT, TradeBeam’s webinar will share best practices and critical insights into their global supply chain visibility and collaboration implementation. For registration and more information, please sign up here: http://tinyurl.com/ouyyo7
TradeBeam is a Global Trade Management (GTM) software and services company providing on demand solutions that streamline global trading for enterprises and their partners. TradeBeam’s integrated solution provides import and export compliance and visibility including inventory management, shipment tracking, and supply chain event management, as well as global trade finance solutions such as open account and letter of credit management. Founded in 1999 and headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area, TradeBeam has operations in the United States, Europe, China, and India. www.tradebeam.com