Sunbury, United Kingdom (PRWEB) March 04, 2013
GXS, a leading provider of B2B integration services, today announced that Nigel Taylor, head of e-Invoicing solutions at GXS, will be presenting at the eWorld Purchasing & Supply forum on Supplier Communities: Achieving Your Full Potential. Taylor will explore how B2B supply chains add value to business and ensure the maximum benefits from supplier communities.
What: Supplier Communities: Achieving Your Full Potential
When : March 5, 2013 at 11:20 am
Speaker: Nigel Taylor, head of e-Invoicing Solutions, GXS
Where: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London
eWorld Purchasing & Supply is a leading business forum that centers on the use of leading-edge technologies and techniques within the procurement & supply chain functions. Since 2001, this acclaimed business forum has provided a unique insight into the latest developments in electronic commerce for senior purchasing, supply chain and finance executives.
GXS is a leading B2B integration services provider and operates the world’s largest integration cloud, GXS Trading Grid®. Our software and services help more than 550,000 businesses, including 22 of the top 25 supply chains, extend their partner networks, automate receiving processes, manage electronic payments, and improve supply chain visibility. GXS Managed Services, our unique approach to improving B2B integration operations, combines GXS Trading Grid® with our process orchestration services and global team to manage a company’s multi-enterprise processes. Based in Gaithersburg, Maryland, GXS has direct operations in 20 countries, employing more than 2,400 professionals. To learn more, see http://www.gxs.com, read our blog at http://www.gxsblogs.com and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/gxs .You can also access our public filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission at http://www.sec.gov/edgar.shtml.
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