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.

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Colombia on the Brink of Enacting E-Invoicing Mandates

If you have operations in Colombia, register for this all important webinar, “Colombia Mandates for E-invoicing ‘ to determine what you need to be doing now to prepare for these mandates.

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Coping With Disruptive Forces in the Digital Age, aka ‘Death of Big Businesses’

What do Moore’s Law, 3D printing, self-driving cars, machine learning have to do with supply chains and procure to pay? More than you’d think, as Tradeshift CEO and Co-founder Christian Lanng explains how businesses can cope with new disruptive forces.

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Jigish Avalani appointed as new COO of Tradeshift

“Technology and our experience with it should align to how business gets done in an increasingly networked economy. The Tradeshift platform and our unrelenting innovation will continue to deliver the richest value to customers and suppliers.”

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AcceptEmail opens for business in New York, USA

In serving the American market, AcceptEmail will initially focus on its sweet spots: Utilities, Telecommunications, Insurance and Consumer Finance. Other sectors where the company expects to win clients are Property Management, Health Care and Credit Cards.

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PYMNTS interviews Peter Kwakernaak, AcceptEmail CEO

In the interview, Peter Kwakernaak, discloses his view on e-invoicing and payments, the vision behind AcceptEmail company en the development of AcceptEmail as a product. You can read the entire article here

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Are Spanish regions grappling with the adoption of mandatory e-invoicing?

3 regions are not yet offering e-invoicing, 3 regions use an e-invoicing solution that is provided by the central government and 11 regions have developed their own e-invoicing software. And the solutions are not always interoperable, making it for companies hard to comply.

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Hackers arrested for reducing bills of power corporation customers

May 4th, 2015 by in Asia, Electronic Invoicing

Three hackers were arrested in India by a Special Task Force of the Uttar Pradesh police in India for allegedly hacking the UPPCL (UP Power Corporation Limited) online billing system and reducing power bills of consumers.

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“Thanks for the memories EDI and OCR. Enjoy your retirement!”

In this blogpost, David Cox discusses how EDI and OCR have no chance of supporting current and future business imperatives as they are driven by digitization and a Millennial workforce.

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As from 1 July 2015: mandatory e-invoicing for all Argentinian VAT taxpayers

In order to issue the corresponding electronic invoices, all VAT taxpayers must request the corresponding electronic authorization code (C.A.E.) through the AFIP website.

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