• Physical and Financial Supply Chain Fused

    Cloud applications on the GT Nexus platform provide capabilities to optimize the flow of goods and trade information from order point through final payment.

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  • Levi Strauss & Co. Stitches a Seamless Supply Chain

    Learn how the classic denim brand integrated its physical and financial supply chain to extend visibility, reduce COGS, and optimize working capital.

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  • Control Tower for Your Global Supply Chain

    Control Tower

    Make strategic decisions and gain total visibility into inventory, shipments, payments, and goods from a single, centralized platform in the cloud.

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  • Visibility Through CAT's Eyes

    Caterpillar, an equipment manufacturer with global reach, saved millions through inventory reductions with Supply Chain Visibility from GT Nexus.

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HP’s New Style of IT

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Analyst Adrian Gonzalez reports on the future of the social supply chain.

Electrolux's Global Network

Electrolux's Global Network
Bjorn Vang Jensen uncovers the answer to major supply chain challenges.

Assurance of Supply

Assurance of Supply
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One Global Community. One Platform. Connected.

GT Nexus provides the cloud-based collaboration platform that leaders in nearly every sector rely on to automate hundreds of supply chain processes on a global scale, across entire trade communities.

Every company connects to GT Nexus just once, to collaborate and transact within and across multiple partner networks, on the same industry-wide platform.

  • World’s Largest Cloud-based Commerce Network
  • Over $100 Billion in Goods Managed
  • 25,000 Businesses on the Platform
  • 100,000 Users
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This is GT Nexus A Unified View

The Business Network Platform for the 21st Century

At GT Nexus, we believe the future belongs to networked companies. The winners in their markets will synchronize their physical and financial supply chain — they'll plan and act not as single organizations, but as interconnected, agile communities.

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October 23, 2014

Who is Afraid of Amazon?

The current issue of The New Republic stirred a lively debate. In a cover story dramatically titled “Amazon must…

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October 21, 2014

Are Declining Enterprise Software Profits a Blessing in Disguise?

The profit projections of enterprise software companies used to be a good indicator of the direction of the economy at…

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October 17, 2014

Will Amazon’s Physical Store Level the Playing Field?

If you are in the retail business, you have probably heard about the pending opening of Amazon’s first…

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October 14, 2014

Supply Chain Finance… Lowering Risk, Cost of Capital, and COGS

The first article in this series, How Much Are You Leaving on the Table?, looked at what it means…

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