Through implementing telework solutions and enabling transactions and approval processes from anywhere, users can offer diverse workstyles for their employees
Tokyo, Japan (PRWEB)
June 23, 2017
transcosmos inc. and Tradeshift Japan Inc. (Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan; President: Noriaki Okubo; hereafter, Tradeshift) agreed to form a business partnership on Monday, June 5, 2017. Tradeshift provides “Tradeshift”, the world’s largest business commerce platform. Under the partnership, the two companies will co-develop plans to create high-value-added solutions, run marketing promotions and sell the solutions. By integrating “Tradeshift” into transcosmos’s BPO services, the partner companies encourage and help businesses digitalize their indirect operations, accelerate transactional speed, whilst achieving paperless transactions.
Along with the relaxed electronic storage requirements, following the Electronic Books Maintenance Act of 2015 (*1), more businesses will start using electronic documents in their operations (scan paper-based documents into image data). In the B2B arena, it has become a global trend to shift from paper-based transactions to electronic commerce – a paperless, real-time data transaction -. As one of its initiatives under the “Competitive IT Strategy” (*2), the Japanese government is also encouraging businesses to use electronic commerce. At the same time, a rising number of businesses are aiming to strengthen their competitive advantage as well as elevating employees’ motivation in the workplace by offering various workstyles that enable employees to strike a right balance between work and life. One of the measures many companies are taking is ICT-based telework, a flexible workstyle which enables employees to work…