Doha – Raya :
Gulf Warehousing Company announced (GWC(About a partnership contract with a company)TradeshiftThe global leader in supply chain payments and markets to provide cloud solutions and contribute to transforming the procurement system, supply chain invoices and payment systems into a fully digital system.
The new digital system for billing and payments in the supply chain will work on my app (Tradeshift Engage) And(Tradeshift Pay) That provide vendors with a suite of tools dedicated to electronic invoicing, ordering, and purchasing. Suppliers will be able to communicate and cooperate with several buyers through the simplified control panel, which will allow them to have a comprehensive view of all details, solve problems immediately, and allow early payment through (Tradeshift CashThis allows more transparency and efficiency in managing all purchase orders, invoices, and payments to maintain the flow of goods and the flow of operational processes.
Provides GWC Comprehensive logistics services from transporting heavy and specialized equipment to the oil and gas sector and providing records management services to most banking institutions in Qatar, in addition to supporting outlets for selling food and medical supplies and retailers in the country. The new platform will be integrated into the company’s advanced IT system and infrastructure in the Logistics Village, which is the largest privately owned logistics center in the region.
In the long term, it will support the company’s strategy of continuous expansion in infrastructure, which includes a distribution center GWC UPS New in the Qatar Free Zone, in addition to the Al Wukair Logistics Zone that was announced at the end of the year 2019 to serve as a logistics complex spread over an area of 1.5 million square meters, through which it provides warehousing services and light industry workshops that all benefit from all the offers and logistical services provided by them. GWC. All economic groups benefit from these offers and services, from entrepreneurs and small and medium-sized companies to large companies operating in various sectors in the country.
Commenting on the partnership, Mr. Hisham Najari, Chief Financial Officer at GWC: Investing in advanced technologies and promoting digital transformation is one of the cornerstones of our strategy of supporting national economic development in line with Qatar National Vision 2030. The automation of the procurement, billing and payments system also enhances our ability to increase the efficiency levels of the supply chain and the logistics sector, which form the basis of Sustainable economy growth.
Added: system integrates Tradeshift Smoothly in our IT-based infrastructure to create added value for all our partners and enhance our efforts to improve the service provided to customers, enhance the effectiveness of operations, and support Qatar’s digital government strategy 2020.
Mr. Rashid Hammushin, Director of Sales at Tradeshift In Qatar: Partnership plays with GWC An important role in leading the logistics sector and national supply chains in the State of Qatar and providing the latest technology to support the GWC Digital transformation ».
Said Mr. Dan Quinn, General Manager at Tradeshift In the Middle East: we are striving in Tradeshift To provide digital solutions in accordance with international best practices to ensure increased financial efficiency and flexibility in the supply chains for all companies and institutions in the State of Qatar from all sectors, and to contribute to advancing economic growth and reaching new markets regionally and globally.