Basware provides open, secure, cloud-based purchase-to-pay and e-invoicing solutions to organizations of all sizes, resulting in greater efficiencies in procurement, accounts payable and accounts receivable. Companies across all industries, from small businesses to corporate giants use Basware solutions to drive sustainable cost savings, proactive insight to cash flows and improved buyer–supplier relationships. The Basware Commerce Network is founded on the principles of openness, where all types of organizations can collaborate and trade, making it the largest in the world. Today we connect millions of business users in 900,000 companies across over 100 countries. Basware is the global leader in providing solutions for better buying, better selling and connected commerce. Find out how Basware boosts financial performance and profitability at


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  1. Customer Workshop Series: Creating Win-Win Payment Programs with Your Vendors

    Oftentimes, one of the critical goals for Basware customers is to take advantage of more discounts. However, this often conflicts with Treasury’s goals of extending Days Payable Outstanding (DPO), with the vendor stuck in the middle.

    Basware has created an entirely new division to help address these issues. Basware Finance works with customers to develop strategic […]

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May 2015

  1. Basware Whitepaper: “Why are governments not paperless?”

    In the paper – titled “Why are governments not paperless?” – Basware consolidates views and country-specific case studies to examine several current country models, and the future it sees for each.

  2. Webinar recording: prevent the 5 most common frauds in AP and P2P

    No matter which year or country you go to, procure to pay frauds are the most occurring and sometimes most costly misappropriation of company assets. Start preventing and monitoring these risks today!

  3. Financing the supply chain: what buyers and suppliers need to consider

    Following a certain level of automation, organisations then need to ask themselves four questions. From a buyer (or rather, accounts payable) perspective and from vice versa from the supplier perspective.

March 2015

  1. Basware inks major deal; gets featured in Gartners Magic Quadrant

    Gartner defines the procure-to-pay suites for indirect procurement to deliver four primary capabilities: E-purchasing, Catalog management, E-invoicing and Accounts Payable Invoice Automation (APIA).

  2. How Heineken achieved 90% straight-through-processing rates with e-invoicing [Webinar]

    Heineken has achieved great success in their finance department over the past few years with a combination of accounts payable automation and e-invoicing. Their journey was made more complicated by a fragmented SAP back-end.

  3. Basware joins G-Cloud 6 to extend public sector presence

    Basware has joined the UK government’s G-Cloud Digital Marketplace. Its presence on G-Cloud 6 will make it substantially easier for public sector bodies to procure Basware solutions and deliver dramatic back office savings through payment automation.

  4. Basware: “Let’s commerce flow” [video]

    Basware’s takes the story beyond financial software to showcase the potential of the Basware Commerce Network in helping businesses large and small ‘unlock value in a connected business world’.

  5. Basware receives top honors from Global Finance for 7th straight year!

    Basware again received this recognition for its innovative leadership in providing a full portfolio of SaaS and on-premise-based purchase-to-pay and e-invoicing solutions for B2B commerce.

  6. eBook: 6 Steps to e-Invoicing Succes

    Written by Basware, this e-invoicing e-book is the result of extensive experience in developing and implementing e-invoicing across diverse industries, sectors and markets.

February 2015

  1. ING partners Basware to offer automated invoice payment

    The e-payment solution makes early payment to suppliers easier while leading to direct cost savings for buyers. An initial estimate shows that buyers could save up to 1% of their indirect spend while suppliers’ liquidity improves as they are paid within 3-5 working days.