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The Green Britain Centre, Turbine Way, Swaffham, Norfolk, United Kingdom, PE37 7HT
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Specialist services

  • Strategic Sourcing
  • Spend Analysis
  • Contract Management
  • Market-Informed Sourcing
  • RFX

Worldwide Office Locations:

  • Sweden
  • USA
  • United Kingdom

Year founded:
2000

Trade Extensions has the strategic sourcing software and expertise to enable businesses and sourcing professionals to make better sourcing decisions – decisions that are strategically-aligned and optimised against operational constraints.

 

Our eSourcing and optimisation platform, TESS™, is powered by our advanced sourcing software and can run projects ranging from simple reverse auctions to complex strategic sourcing events involving goods and services worth billions of

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WHITE PAPERS AND RESEARCH
Research Bulletin – “Consumers’ attitudes towards Manufacturers, Retailers and Suppliers”
Produced for strategic sourcing professionals, the Research Bulletin series looks at sourcing and supply issues from the consumers’ point of view and the latest report reveals exactly what consumers think about manufacturers, retailers and suppliers.
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The Dangers of e-Auctions
Written for strategic sourcing professionals, this whitepaper explains how standard e-Auctions, although the traditional entry point for strategic sourcing, do not always deliver on their promises. Dr Michael Lamoureux highlights the hidden pitfalls of common e-Auctions and shows how the dangers can be mitigated using optimization backed auctions and other techniques more commonly seen in complex sourcing projects.
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Trends in Dynamic Sourcing and Supply Chain Businesses
Dynamic sourcing is allowing category managers and market makers alike, to try out new ideas that concentrate on growth and operational flexibility as opposed to focussing on cost alone. Trade Extensions, Director of Client Services – Americas, Ayush Sharma explains how.
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Generating maximum value from your supply chain
Powerful new optimisation methods mean it is now possible to optimise complex multi-leg supply chains simultaneously while taking into account user defined business constraints. When used in conjunction with online tendering it can result in dramatic cost reductions, improved service levels and truly optimised supply chains.
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