Tallysticks is
the Simplest Way to Negotiate and Manage Imports and Exports

Negotiate and store all your trade information in one place.

No more searching through emails to create purchase orders and pro-forma invoices. No more hunting for that attachment. And, no more thinking about whether you’re looking at the latest version of a critical document.

It’ll also always keep you informed of upcoming deadlines.

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Why Tallysticks?

All your information in one place

Stay organised by keeping all important trade information in one place so that you can save both time and nerves when working on it

Strengthen your relationships

Always be on the same page and know exactly what to do and why so you can focus on your orders, together

Prevent delays and unforeseen costs

Because the buyer and seller can always see and modify the same information its much easier for both of you to stay in sync and prevent unwanted surprises

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Testimonials from our Beta Users

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"Here you have a common language. Information is shared at the same level between buyer and seller, so you don't have to waste time."

- Co-Founder of a luxury stationery business

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"I didn't think we had an issue with import/export, but now that we did this demo with Tallysticks I see that we have a huge problem and this is the way to improve it. It's way nicer than our ERP."

- CFO of a multinational security hardware company

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"The biggest problem now is having no clarification between buyer and seller. Your software manages all data in one place instead of using Excel or Word."

- Import/export agent based in India

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