Causeway’s Tradex eTrading community continues to grow as more and more companies seize the opportunity to boost their efficiency and productivity by exchanging trading documents electronically.

Advanced Waste, Pirtek and Carter Cabin, for instance, have all adopted fully integrated connections to Tradex to allow them to send documents electronically to a customer already using Tradex. Other new users include R Bunton Limited, Encon Insulation, Van Line Limited, Grafton Merchanting GB Ltd and Saints Personnel Ltd.

A key benefit of the Tradex hub is the speed and simplicity of implementation, so that the benefits of connecting can be achieved in a matter of days. Companies that only handle small numbers of documents are able to take advantage of the free Tradex Active service initially, with the option to introduce additional modules in the future.

Tradex customers are reporting reductions in the cost of processing invoices by up to 63% in comparison with traditional methods with handling times reduced by up to 50%, resulting in a significant boost to process efficiencies.

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