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Tradeshift Announced as Winner of First Annual Perceptions Analytics Award for Most Reliable Network

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Sarah Fane
Head of Research, sharedserviceslink
2022/03/15

Tradeshift, home to the world’s fastest-growing e-invoicing and accounts payable automation network, has won the first annual Perceptions Analytics Award for Most Reliable Network.

Created by Receivable Savvy, the leading provider of proprietary research and content to master order-to-cash, the Perceptions Analytics Award is an opportunity for the company to recognize outstanding work done by electronic invoicing solution providers. The award also highlights the value real electronic invoicing users, those supplier organizations participating in the Perceptions Analytics study, receive from the solution providers they use.

“Enterprise software tends to do a pretty terrible job of delivering anything approaching a value-proposition to suppliers, said Christian Lanng, CEO and co-founder, Tradeshift. “We built Tradeshift with a seller-first philosophy because we understood that what works for buyers needs to work for sellers.

With an interactive dashboard available to suppliers, customers, and third-party solution providers, Perceptions Analytics contains unbiased responses from large, midsize, and small supplier organizations in dozens of categories on solution provider performance. With thousands of data combinations, subscribers can see precisely how solution providers perform in categories segmented by industry, revenue size, invoice volume, and more.

“We are delighted to present the award for Most Reliable Network to Tradeshift,” said Ernie Martin, Founder and CEO of Receivable Savvy. “Tradeshift does exceptional work connecting suppliers and customers to foster the sharing of critical business documents and streamline the invoicing process. This results in fast, reliable invoicing to customers as well as facilitating faster payment from customers.”

The full press release is available here

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