Strategic partnership agreement paves the way for increased business and operational growth.
Greenville, SC – Clear Touch®, a leading provider of multi-touch, interactive flat panels and software for education and business, is pleased to announce that Exertis Global Operations, part of the Exertis Group, has agreed to provide an innovative supply chain solution for the technology company’s growing global business. Exertis will manage Clear Touch’s inbound product and solutions supply chain by assisting in the management of supply partners around the world, reducing time to market, and increasing purchasing scale. Exertis will also help reduce overall cost, release working capital, and increase efficiencies from the manufacturer through to the customer.
Exertis Global Operations is part of the $4.4 billion global Exertis Group and specializes in providing innovative global supply chain solutions for growing companies.
Commenting on the agreement, Keone Trask, Clear Touch President, shared, "The combination of inventory financing, AR management, and supply chain support allows us to deliver products and services to our international customers in a more streamlined manner. Exertis infrastructure and purchasing capabilities give us a greater ability to meet the large scale implementation demands that we are experiencing due to rapid growth. This is an exciting development for the business and our customers, one that illustrates how the latest supply chain management techniques and services can stimulate both volume and geographic growth."
Padraig Henry, Commercial Director, Exertis Global Operations, said, "Exertis, as a leading supply chain partner, enables the best brands and technologies to take advantage of all of the opportunities available to them by executing materials purchasing, international trade and compliance, as well as delivering the supply chain finance to enhance growing businesses. Exertis is proud to be part of the Clear Touch supply chain and looks forward to the significant growth this partnership will produce."