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Supply Chain Brain Article

Post-Recession, Mid-Sized Suppliers Seek New Avenues of Trade Financing

Global businesses are still experiencing the aftereffects of the Great Recession of 2007-2009. But perhaps no sector has felt the pain more acutely than mid-market suppliers. By: Robert J. Bowman, SupplyChainBrain May 02, 2016

Fierce Finance IT Article

SAP Ariba and PrimeRevenue Partnership Ties Financing to Supply Chain

The partnership between SAP Ariba and PrimeRevenue announced last week gives the approximately 2 million businesses that use the Ariba Network for supply chain management access to tools for managing one more critical component in the supply chain: liquidity.

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SAP Ariba and PrimeRevenue Find the Cure for Financial Supply Chain Sickness

Between stretched-out payment terms and the everyday challenges of operating as a smaller enterprise on a global scale, the world’s suppliers find it difficult to manage cash flow. In an interview with PYMNTS, PrimeRevenue SVP of Marketing Tom Roberts......Read More


SAP Ariba Teams with PrimeRevenue to Transform Financial Supply Chain

When it comes to global supply chains, the physical and financial are inextricably linked. The health of one depends on the other. Right now, lots of supply chains are sick. But SAP Ariba has a cure. The company today......Read More

Article from Trade Finance Review on Whirlpool's supply chain finance.

Empowering the Network – What is Driving Supply Chain Finance?

Eric Burge is the accounting manager for logistics company Network Imaging  Solutions. One of the firm’s biggest customers is Whirlpool, which offers supply chain finance via PrimeRevenue. The mid-size supplier has been selling its receivables on the PrimeRevenue platform for over......Read More