Digital GlobalSoft launches 'TradEz', to focus on B2B market

Wednesday, 25 September 2002, 07:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Digital GlobalSoft, a software services, products and solutions company and a subsidiary of Hewlett-Packard Co., announced the launch of TradEz, a Windows based Trading Partner Enablement solution targeted at the growing B2B integration market globally. TradEz provides an Internet enabled solution to conduct secure, standards based electronic exchange of documents with trading partners. TradEz is targeted at supply chain enabled industries such as manufacturing, retail, and consumer packaged goods as well as government agencies which have high volumes of document exchange. TradEz has been completely developed by Digital GlobalSoft's product engineering team based in Bangalore. The product has undergone comprehensive evaluation by a leading European government agency. Digital GlobalSoft will provide technical support as well as consulting services to enable customers to get the best out of this solution. According to TS Ushasri, chief technology officer, Digital GlobalSoft, "The release of TradEz represents a significant milestone in our attempt to establish a presence in the software products business. The B2B integration market presents some very exciting possibilities with the increasing demand for proven and cost effective solutions. TradEz has been designed and developed to provide value to customers to smoothly integrate with trading partners by leveraging the Internet and deliver a quick ROI." Digital GlobalSoft plans to market this product globally through a dedicated sales team as well as channel partners. There will also be a thrust in the Indian market to offer this product to manufacturing companies who are looking at implementing electronic integration with their trading partners. In North American market, there will be a special focus on the health care market. The market for standards based electronic document exchange is expected to grow rapidly over the next couple of years, due to the demand for increased B2B integration as well as government mandates in the United States for secure data exchange in the health care and utilities market.
Source: IANS