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Why is international trade so difficult?

Tallysticks
Jul 20, 2018 · 3 min read

International trade seems complicated but not in the way you think

As with many aspects of life, the ways in which we communicate and work with each other has moved into the digital age. We use dedicated software to solve certain problems.

But somehow, international trade continues to operate in the dark ages

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Buyers and sellers:

And that’s even before we get to building trust around payments!

Have you noticed something here though? What have we not spoken about?

The first list contains administrative challenges and the second list business challenges. Most people think that business challenges are the most complicated aspect of international trade.

But, they occur near the end of the international sales process. In fact the real challenges start much earlier. Wouldn’t it be easier to:

This can actually be solved by software

But, until now, that has been no software tool that has attempted to truly understand and solve the underlying problems of international trade

Tallysticks solves this

Tallysticks improves the process around negotiating, managing and executing international sales orders and allows you to work directly with your trading partner.

By ensuring that both importers and exporters have a shared understanding of what’s going on you, they can save time managing the administrative problems of international trade and focus effort on the the business challenges of international trade.

To learn more about Tallysticks, please visit our website.

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Nitesh Srivastava

COO, Tallysticks

Tesh has always wanted to rebuild complex processes. After studying French and German at UCL, he worked for a Technology Accelerator in Berlin and then moved on to improve his understanding of complex, multinational businesses and systems at KPMG.

Tesh coordinates business units at Tallysticks to ensure customer needs are met and that the team is happy and healthy. In other words, he does the heavy lifting in the office. So, it’s no surprise that Tesh also likes lifting heavy weights when away from work. When not lifting, Tesh loves a good debate.

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