Agiboo, the provider of next generation commodity trade risk management software solutions, today announced that the SKOR International has selected AGIBLOCKS Commodity Trade and Risk Management software to support the growth of their business. AGIBOO is proud to be able to serve SKOR in it’s sugar trading and merchandising business.


SKOR International quote:

“Commodity trade and risk management for sugar trade requires specialized features and functions,” said Maxime Lekimpe, Managing Director of SKOR International, based in Geneva. “The decision to select AGIBLOCKS Commodity Trade and Risk Management software allows us to benefit from the newest technology and most advanced specializations to facilitate sugar trade.


AGIBOO quote:
“The selection of AGIBLOCKS by a global and mature industry player like SKOR International confirms that AGIBLOCKS provides an attractive offering for customers looking for CTRM software that support trade, logistics and administrative functionality but also enables them to roll out their strategy “ said Bart Kroon, CEO of Agiboo. “SKOR International will benefit from deep industry-specific functionality, scalability to grow as the business grows, and a low total cost of ownership of its software platform.”


About SKOR:
SKOR International SA, based in Geneva, is providing the market with white refined sugar. Our white sugar is EEC nr. 2 compliant and is used by world-class companies in the Food & Drink industry in Europe, Middle-East, Persian Gulf and Africa.


About Agiboo:
AGIBOO, headquartered in Almere the Netherlands, provides commodity trade / purchase and risk management solutions for the soft- and agricultural commodity market. AGIBLOCKS, the CTRM software provided by AGIBOO enables business to successfully manage commodity trade and risk management. It is a truly revolutionary CTRM solution for commodity purchasers, brokers, traders and commodity industries. The unique value proposition of AGIBLOCKS is the functional diversification (modularity, configurability), the scalability, the flexible integration
possibilities (with third party accounting, ERP and/or trade systems), the user friendliness and the versatility in availability (regular and mobile platforms).

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