The Future of Supply Chain Finance

The Future of Supply Chain Finance

As consumer behaviour changes, so financing needs to evolve. Already technology is changing how businesses manage their inventories. Greensill believes companies will increasingly be able to use technology to unlock capital so they can put it to work and reduce their need for traditional borrowing.

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