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    Title: The TradeCard Financial Supply Chain Solution
    Authors: 苑守慈
    Yuan, Soe-Tysr
    Keywords: B2B E-commerce;supply chain management;financial services industry;strategic alliances
    Date: 2007-03
    Issue Date: 2009-01-17 16:01:13 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: TradeCard is a US-based online financial supply chain provider, founded in 1997. The
    online compliance and financial settlement engine was launched in 2000. TradeCard
    incorporated a number of partners into its service network: financial institutions, credit
    insurance, inspection and logistics companies. TradeCard quickly grasped market share
    in footwear and textile industries. TradeCard mainly serves buyers in the US and suppliers
    in Asia, but is expanding in Europe and transactions are supported worldwide. During
    the years 2000-2005 TradeCard’s business has been growing exponentially. TradeCard
    platform connects buyers, sellers, and service providers in an online environment, where
    they can manage the whole documentary process of international trade transaction quickly,
    visibly, and cost-effectively. In other words, TradeCard is changing the international
    trade practices. Traditionally companies use banks’ services—letter of credit or open
    account—but TradeCard solution is replacing these services. Although TradeCard is
    more a substitutor than a complementor to banks’ international trade departments,
    some banks are now trying to use Web-based solutions to gain their customers back. In
    other words, for survival and growth the banks are adopting e-commerce solutions to
    letter of credit and open account transactions in order to stay in the financing business.
    Accordingly, how TradeCard retains its edge in the provision of a financial supply chain
    solution while expanding the reach of new markets beciomes an important question to
    tackle. This case is a study of the TradeCard system, electronic solution development
    in international trade, and the relationship between TradeCard and banks.
    Relation: International Journal of Cases on Electronic Commerce, 3(1), 48-70
    Data Type: article
    Appears in Collections:[資訊管理學系] 期刊論文

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