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PASIA expanding supply chain platform to address challenges

Manila-based Procurement and Supply Institute of Asia (PASIA) announced on Wednesday the expansion of its business-to-business integrated supply chain platform consisting of end-to end-solutions and services.

PASIA, a global supply chain, procurement and logistics institute and shared services provider, said in an e-mailed statement that the expansion of its platform is aimed at “meeting pressing challenges.”

The expansion covers online supply chain academy, e-supply chain forecasting, e-procurement, e-payment, e-logistics, GPAS (global platform for assessing suppliers), and supply chain financing, among others.

PASIA said additional services and technologies are being ramped up through partnerships.

“Being in the Philippines has several unique and compelling value propositions being a renowned business process outsourcing country provider, making the business model of PASIA in demand and not easily duplicated,” it noted.

PASIA is conducting a two-day conference from Nov. 18 to 19 with the theme, “The Great Supply Chain Reset: Respond, Fortify & Innovate.”

PASIA said the event aims to share various strategies and innovative measures to mitigate the impact of the global health crisis on businesses. — Arjay L. Balinbin

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