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TradeCard-Avery to deliver new product in late 2008
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Jan '08
The joint effort will deliver the first end-to-end product and payment visibility solution that integrates all processes and partners in the extended supply chain

A strategic collaboration between Avery Dennison and TradeCard has been announced that will deliver powerful new visibility and process automation capabilities to retailers, manufacturers and brand owners that source globally. The collaboration and investment will combine the features of Avery Dennison's InfoChain Express (ICE) supply chain visibility solution and TradeCard's Supplier Enablement Solution, hosted sourcing platform and financial settlement network.

The solution will be available in a software-as-a-service environment. For the first time, companies that source merchandise globally will be able to obtain full visibility and process automation in financial settlements, shipping, packing and ASN creation through a hosted solution.

TradeCard and the Information and Brand Management Division of Avery Dennison will collaborate to deliver the new product in late 2008 and gradually migrate existing customers onto the new, hosted solution.

“After working together with several joint clients we realized that combining our services creates a one-plus-one-equals-three opportunity. This is a perfect match for Avery Dennison, TradeCard and our customers,” said Kurt Cavano, CEO of TradeCard Inc.

“Avery Dennison's ICE product sets the standard for delivering business-rule-driven solutions to retailers and brands for supply chain visibility and order management. Together, we will help deliver the demand-driven supply chain model to enable speed, agility and business growth. Our solution will combine the features and functions of Avery Dennison's ICE and the TradeCard Platform for existing customers, joint customers and new customers.”

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