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Tradelink deploys Intelledox solution boosting productivity of the Hong Kong trade and logistics community

Intelledox provides a unique solution to facilitate electronic document exchange for DTTN
  • 14 October, 2009 11:44

<p>Canberra, Australia – Leading automated document creation and output management solutions provider, Intelledox Australia Pty Limited, today announced the successful deployment of the Intelledox solution at publically listed Tradelink Electronic Commerce Limited (“Tradelink’). Tradelink is a leading provider of trade-related electronic services for both Hong Kong and international business communities.</p>
<p>The Intelledox solution automates the creation of trade-related documents for the world’s first fully electronic logistics infrastructure – the Digital Trade and Transportation Network (DTTN) - wholly-owned and operated by Tradelink. The DTTN is a community electronic logistics platform that facilitates information flow among the trade, logistics and finance industry members involved in international trade Hong Kong and worldwide. The system enables them to securely exchange business documents electronically with their trading partners across boundaries.</p>
<p>The DTTN supports Hong Kong’s established international reputation as a leading logistics hub within Asia. In 2008 the total value of trade through Hong Kong was US$760 billion, increasing some 5.3% over 2007. Intelledox provides Tradelink with a highly scalable document creation solution, able to support DTTN’s significant customer base in Hong Kong and elsewhere.</p>
<p>“The Intelledox solution provides a user-friendly, simple yet very powerful tool and further enhances our value proposition to clients”, said Mr. Justin Yue, Chief Executive Officer of Tradelink.</p>
<p>The intelligent Intelledox portal, developed to meet the customised DTTN requirements, automates the manual processes previously associated with handling commercial documents. Intelledox delivers a range of transformation benefits to DTTN and its customers including business user-driven template development, increased productivity, increased security, and increased accuracy of the shipping documentation.</p>
<p>DTTN aims to foster an innovative technology culture throughout the business community. The DTTN, coupled with Intelledox, provides a truly innovative electronic document creation platform supporting all stakeholders along the supply chain. Operating on an extensive community base and supporting an expected 20 million transactions per annum with trade partners from all over the globe, Intelledox and Tradelink are partnering to significantly boost the long term international competitiveness of the trade and logistics sector in Hong Kong.</p>
<p>About Tradelink Electronic Commerce Limited:
First established in 1988 as a joint venture between the Hong Kong SAR Government and private sector shareholders, Tradelink Electronic Commerce Limited is a leading provider of trade-related electronic services for both Hong Kong and international business communities. Over the years, by perfecting its infrastructure and developing services that meet users’ practical needs, Tradelink has earned the trust of the trading community and built a superb reputation that underscores its dominance in the public e-trading service sector. It offers a unique range of customer support solutions, designed specifically to help customers gain maximum benefits from e-commerce. It makes the use of electronic services as affordable, convenient and user-friendly as possible for its customers. On 28 October 2005, Tradelink was listed on the Main Board of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (Stock Code: 0536) with the Hong Kong SAR Government still the largest single shareholder of the company. For more information about Tradelink, please visit</p>
<p>About Intelledox:
In partnership with its customers and partners, Intelledox implements business software solutions that improve stakeholder communications, responsiveness and accuracy, and reduce IT costs. Founded in 1991, Intelledox has successfully delivered high quality enterprise software solutions to the market both in Australia and overseas. The company is the developer and provider of Intelledox software – a leader in the emerging market of automated document creation – as well as the Capabiliti Learning Management System (LMS). Intelledox products are designed to open systems standards, reducing the burden on both users and IT.</p>
<p>Spelling Note:
Intelledox has two ‘e’s – the second ‘e’ stands for electronic – there is no second ‘i’.</p>
Intelledox has offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra in Australia, as well as in the UK, the USA and Asia.</p>
Interviews and photo opportunities with Intelledox CEO Phillip Williamson can be arranged upon request.</p>
<p>For further information contact:</p>
<p>Phil Jacobs</p>
<p>Chief Marketing Officer</p>
<p>+61 2 6280 6244</p>
<p>+61 431 758 809</p>

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