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CloudTrade Brings Invoicing To Azure

Invoicing

CloudTrade has announced today that it is migrating to the Microsoft Azure cloud platform, and will be launching a public cloud-based service for its unique document management solutions.

The company is known for its e-invoicing, e-order and complex data capture services, and it is now all set to use the power and flexibility that Azure offers to meet the global demand of its user base.

Its core platform uses unique rules-based technology with support for backward tracking search, allowing users to interpret, validate and extrapolate semantic meaning from documents of any type, including complex data rich documents.

Users can use the solution on invoices, sales and purchase orders, advanced shipping notices and other types of records.

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Richard Develyn, CloudTrade CTO:

“CloudTrade has been running private cloud solutions for several of our clients for a number of years. However, we have taken the decision to migrate to the public cloud, working with a functionally rich provider to support our continued global growth. Microsoft Azure’s public cloud maturity will enable our teams to quickly serve our global customer base with fast, reliable and secure services.”

CloudTrade enables companies to evolve past their reliance on paper, and transact digitally with their trading partners, irrespective of size or technical maturity. It is now one of the fastest growing e-invoice and e-document networks, connecting over 200 organizations to thousands of trading partners.

This migration to Azure means that the company now has the tools to deploy, monitor, scale and secure its solutions, while becoming an even more competitive and efficient for its global client base.

Which includes companies like IBM, DXC, SAP Ariba, BT, Cegedim, Opus Capita and SupplyOn.

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Written by Bradley Phillips

Resident cloud expert. Creative entrepreneur. Professional speaker. Travel junkie.

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