InstaSupply to Join Sweetbridge Alliance in Finance-Tech Partnership

A Move That Makes Sense

The global system Sweetbridge has announced that it has added InstaSupply to its Sweetbridge Alliance network of financing for supply chains, allowing it to resell Sweetbridge technologies officially.

The alliance will also mean that InstaSupply can provide these services more effectively than trade financing from traditional banking institutions.

“Sweetbridge’s blockchain liquidity protocol enables us to offer the most competitive supply chain finance solution to SME businesses,” said InstaSupply CEO Lee Pruit. “This is a massive differentiator compared to traditional financial institutions and incumbent technologies, and is a game-changer for us and the suppliers we work with.”

Sweetbridge chairman and founder Scott Nelson said that Pruit’s experience in business supply chains, along with InstaSupply’s vast customer network, made a combination with Sweetbridge’s Liquidity Protocol a sensible move. Nelson said the partnership will enable organizations to be paid instantly with improved terms and continue pushing for even better methods as time goes on.

Improving Services in Tandem

Sweetbridge is an international network of blockchain, finance, and software experts. The company describes itself as a platform dedicated to combining modern blockchain principles to the concrete factors of these industries. Its goal is to tackle the issues that make finance less efficient, such as legal technicalities and other problems.

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Sweetbridge is known for improving transparency in worldwide supply chains. Now, it can take advantage of InstaSupply’s contributions to financing and digitizing the supply chains of midsize businesses using blockchain tech.

The two organizations are already known for their long-term efforts to lower the costs of capital and speed up suppliers’ payments cycles, as well as for their blockchain technologies. Both companies say that this is a sensible move toward furthering those goals.

InstaSupply is a software company whose purpose is to modernize business functions in a streamlined online platform. The company’s business-to-business customer network consists of companies ranging from $30 million to $2 billion in annual revenue. The company possesses a growing customer base and serves an international clientele of more than 2,300 businesses.

In addition to its resources, InstaSupply will now be an official reseller of Sweetbridge’s Liquidity Protocol. This will give InstaSupply the opportunity to settle supplier invoices instantly and authenticate them in real-time. Currently, the cloud-based company settles tens of millions of supplier transactions every year for its customers. This new partnership will allow InstaSupply to take advantage of Sweetbridge’s protocol technologies. This will provide companies and suppliers with access to capital at lower costs. They also can take advantage of improved terms, quicker response times, and better overall capability.

The companies in tandem will take on the Sweetbridge Alliance Network, as well as the Accord Project and Mattereum, network platforms managing the legalities of blockchain contracts. Nelson says they aim to continue to improve their combined services on these platforms to more effectively bring blockchain into the broader world of business.

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Cedric Jackson is a contributing writer at BlockTelegraph. His writing draws on his rich life experiences, time spent traveling, and years working with the written word. He is passionate about cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, finance, and markets. When not busy writing, he spends his time traveling, reading and keeping up with world events.

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