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  • 1. Invitation to learn, grow and share success with a global business leader!
  • 2. GXS Corporate Overview GXS Corporate Overview - Introduction
  • 3. GXS Mission - The Role of an Intermediary in B2B e-commerce GXS Mission Statement Accelerate the Reliable Exchange of Information Information Between Organizations Worldwide Serving Large and Small Customers Jointly and Distinctly Streamline Cross-Enterprise Processes
  • 4. Delivering unmatched global presence
    • Possesses 40 years of B2B experience
    • GE divested 90%, retains 10% stake
    • Maintains an extensive customer base, including >375 of Fortune 500
    • Customers include, GE, GM, JC Penney, Eastman Kodak, FedEx, Walmart, Daimler Chrysler, Sara Lee, etc.,
    • Amongst largest B2B networks globally, and manages 100,000+ trading partners
    • Global operations span 45 countries
    • Processes one billion electronic transactions annually
    • Delivers over $600 million of goods and services annually
  • 5. GXS – The global presence
    • Headquarters are located at Gaithersburg, MD., USA
    • Over 1800 employees across three continents
    • Three Engineering Centre’s of Excellence in the US and India
    • Worldwide Data Centres in Ohio, Netherlands, and Hong Kong
    • Regional offices at London, Hong Kong and Tokyo
    • 40,000 active customers, wherein 30,000 SMBs
    • Majority of GXS revenue from recurring sources
  • 6. Our achievements
    • Pioneering advances in the information management industry for more than 35 years;
    • 1960s - in partnership with Dartmouth College, developed BASIC, the first online, interactive language;
    • 1965 - GXS introduced MARK 1, the first commercial, computer-timesharing service
    • 1970s - GXS created one of the world's largest data networks with integrated host-processing services
    • 1980s - GXS introduced a wide range of innovative products and services, including the QUIK-COMMSM e-mail system and the EDI*EXPRESS® Service
    • 1994 – First commercial reverse auction for supplier selection (with GE suppliers)
    • 1996 – First forms-based EDI transaction service available on the Web (GE TradeWeb)
    • 1999 – First multilingual, Web forms-based EDI transaction service (GE TradeWeb)
    • 2002 – First commercial Web services support for e-commerce transactions from a hosted service provider (Network-Based Translation)
    • 2004, 2006 – Acquisitions and Partnership:
      • IBM EDI-business,
      • HAHT Data Synchronization Business,
      • UDEX Business
      • Web Methods Partnership
      • Microsoft Partnership
  • 7. Recent Industry Recognition
    • GXS is rated by Gartner as the leader in Integration Service Provider market (Gartner group Integration Service Provider Magic Quadrant Q1/06)
    • GXS is rated as market leader for integration and Web Services (Current Analysis Q3/06)
    • GXS is rated as industry leader for Integration suites (The Forrester Wave: Integration Suites, Q3/05)
  • 8. Analysts: Gartner Group Magic Quadrant Integration Service Providers – January 2006 Gartner, the leading independent industry analyst firm, asserts: “ GXS' strengths include its large and unmatched global presence, user base and total revenue stream, and its viable Trading Grid strategy and platform.” “ In 2005, GXS completed the acquisition of G International (the IBM VAN assets), a move that increased its global operations presence, customer base and integration service provider revenue.” Source: Magic Quadrant for Integration Service Providers, 1Q06 Gartner Research Note G00131160, January 19, 2006 Completeness of Vision Ability To Execute Challengers Leaders Niche Players Visionaries GXS E2Open Sterling Commerce Advanced Data Exchange Hubspan Viacore Inovis TietoEnator Seeburger Easy Link Services Internet Commerce Corp. indatex
  • 9. Accolades…
    • GXS was named a top 100 supply and demand chain vendor in the Supply & Demand Chain, Executive 100 , the third annual listing issued by magazine of the top 100 supply chain solution providers. Supply & Demand Chain Executive / June 2004
    • UCCnet, Top Performing Solution Partner / UCC-certified Solution Partners provide best-in-class knowledge, resources, and tools to implement UCCnet services quickly, efficiently, and cost-effectively. UCCnet.org / May 2004
    • Top 100 Logistics IT Providers for 2004 / The win is a terrific vindication of our collaborative solutions strategy using our market-leading Logistics Visibility and X4 Logistics Network solutions. Inbound Logistics / April 2004
    • 2003 Computerworld Innovative Technology Award, 1 st Place . The GXS solution was designed to help a major automotive manufacturer eliminate over $170,000 in VAN costs. Computerworld / September 2003
  • 10. Accolades…
    • 2003 Best e-Business Solution Award, 1 st Place. The GXS solution was designed to provide a unified gateway services infrastructure for Royal Mail, which handles 81 million letters and 500,000 parcels per day across the UK and internationally. Business Integration Journal (formerly eAI Journal ) / August 2003
    • Best EAI Solution, 3 rd Place / For Maersk Data EAI solution Business Integration Journal (formerly eAI Journal ) / August 2003
    • Recognition in the Business Integration Journal (formerly eAI Journal ) Hall of Fame , which recognizes companies that have had the greatest market impact in the awards program since its inception / August 2003
    • Premier 100 IT Leaders award / IDG’S Computerworld / Awarded to Tasos Tsolakis, GXS Vice President of Global Technology Operations , for creative, innovative approach to align the IT department with business strategy / January 2003
    • Exceptional Achievement Award / EAI Journal / For having received multiple awards during past 3 years / September 2002
  • 11. Our Key Brand
  • 12.
    • The next generation integration and application platform
      • A service-oriented architecture providing a rich set of business services
    • Drives beyond the movement of data towards the management of business process
    • Allows companies to gain supply chain visibility and achieve partner collaboration
      • synchronize product and price information,
      • optimize inventory levels and demand forecasts,
      • speed the overall execution of their global supply chains.
    • Provide a technology framework for future partnerships
    GXS Trading Grid
  • 13.
    • Any type of connectivity, any format, anywhere
    • Supports event-driven, synchronous and asynchronous processing models
    • Provides supply chain visibility, analytics and reporting
    • Enables integrated event management and business process configuration and monitoring
    • Leverages a common portal for self-provisioning, registration, testing, administration, reporting, monitoring, alerts, and on-line support
    • Clients establish a single identity, enabling easy access and personalization of services
    Trading Grid Capability Overview
  • 14. GXS Trading Grid
  • 15. GXS Corporate Overview GXS Corporate Overview - Our Customers
  • 16. Retail Industry Expertise
    • Market Leadership
    • 60% of Top 50 Global Retailers 1
    • Over 70% of Fortune 500 Retailers
    • Leadership in UK, Hong Kong, Australia, and Singapore
    • Retail Expertise
    • Product Information Management
    • International Logistics Visibility
    • Supply Chain Integration
    • VICS, PCATS, GS1 Organizations
    • Example Solutions
    • Direct-Store-Delivery for US Chain Drug Retailer
    • Collaborative Demand Planning for UK Retailer
    Tesco Lowes Metro Kroger Best Buy Rite Aid Woolworths Coles-Myer Marks & Spencer Loblaws JC Penney Dairy Farm Group 1 – 2005 Stores Magazine Top 250 Global Retailers
  • 17. Automotive Industry Expertise
    • Market Leadership
    • Top 25 Global Automotive OEMs
    • Global Top 10 Tier 1
    • Over 6,000 Tier 2-N Suppliers
    • Leadership in Americas, Europe, Japan and China
    • Automotive Expertise
    • Visibility & Interoperability
    • Materials Management
    • Product Information Management
    • Example Solutions
    • China Enablement for Global Tier 1
    • Global Treasury & e-Payments for a Global 100 OEM
    • EDI Community Management for 3,000 Suppliers – US Big 3 OEM
    Ford BMW Audi Toyota Honda Lear TRW Daimler Chrysler General Motors Volkswagen Borg Warner Siemens VDO Dongfeng Motor Bsteel
  • 18. High Tech Industry Expertise
    • Market Leadership
    • 9 of Top 10 Computer OEMs
    • 9 of Top 10 Semiconductor
    • 8 of Top 10 Distributors
    • Strong Presence throughout Asia
    • High Tech Expertise
    • More RosettaNet Badges than any other Service Provider
    • Contract Manufacturing Scenarios
    • Vendor Managed Inventory
    • Example Solutions
    • Visibility Application for Fabless Semiconductor Manufacturer sourcing production to Pacific Rim
    • Global B2B Program Consolidation for a Leading Server & Storage OEM
    Dell HP IBM Intel Hitachi Apple Seagate Sun Microsystems Ingram Micro Arrow Electronics Infineon Technologies Texas Instruments Flextronics Solectron
  • 19. Financial Services Industry Leadership
    • GXS in Financial Services
    • 100% of Fortune 500 Banking and Savings Institutions
    • Global Presence in all major banking centers worldwide
    • Partnership with IVANS for Property, Casualty and Health Insurance
    • Financial Services Solutions
    • Enhance Cash Management Services
    • Introduce new Treasury Management Services
    Citigroup BMO Group BB&T Wachovia JPMorganChase Bank of America Royal Bank of Canada
    • Example Solutions
    • Corporate Payables and Receivables Electronic Gateway for Bank
    • Merchant and Issuer File Transfer Gateway for Credit Card Processor
  • 20.
    • Our Customer’s Success is our success
    • Personal Responsibility and Integrity are Cornerstones
    • Innovation is a key driver
    • Agility Accelerates Leadership
    • Our team is Our Strength
    Our Beliefs
  • 21. GXS Corporate Overview GXS India Technology Center
  • 22.
    • Set up in March 2000
    • Amongst 3 Engineering Centres of Excellence globally!
    • Currently 200+ employees
    • Participates in over 70% of product development
    • Major part of the core-development work from India
    • Strategic shift: from part to total ownership!
    • Transitioned out of GE from 1 April ‘03
    GXS India Technology Centre
  • 23.