Annual 'Taulia Connect' Conference Expands Taulia's Supply Chain System Borders
SAN FRANCISCO, CA: Taulia Connect, an annual conference organized by Taulia with the theme “The future is now” held in February 2016 provided a common platform to several financial supply chain experts. Taulia recently acknowledged that the company has gained an added advantage as the conference also expanded its global partnership.
The company has launched a global partner community to provide a hub of world-class enablement and collaboration tools to support and excite partners, and has announced multiple new strategic partnerships with various companies.
Global consulting and technology firm, Infosys and Taulia have collaborated to provide supply chain finance and e-Invoicing solutions for the global customers of Infosys.
The cloud-based supplier management, Lavante and Taulia have teamed up to help Taulia's customers to fill the gaps in their contact database, mitigate supplier risk, and improve compliance across the entire supply chain.
The partnership between Taulia and BuyerQuest will work for the development of intuitive end-to-end platform to manage entire Procure-to-Pay process. "At BuyerQuest, we are continually seeking new ways to enhance our customer experience and expand the ROI of BuyerQuest. With Taulia's best-of-breed suite of financial supply chain products, we can now offer a world-class comprehensive procure-to-pay solution that is transforming the industry," says Jack Mulloy, Chief Executive Officer, BuyerQuest. Moreover, Taulia has also announced partnership with Hanse Orga, Invarture, and Intellection to accelerate its global expansion in key markets.
On the other side of the conference, Taulia claims that it has created the HIPAA-compliant supply chain finance solution, and will launch the product soon. The new solution is equipped with HIPAA data security requirements and will ensure database encryption of all PHI (Protected Health Information), submitted and accessed on the Taulia portal. "The digitization of the healthcare industry presents real challenges when it comes to the security of data that needs to be protected -- in-house solutions are prohibitively expensive for a vast majority of companies, so they run the risk of being non-compliant," says Markus Ament, Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Taulia.
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