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Archive for Purchase-to-pay

Tunesia launches nationwide e-procurement system

February 5, 2013  |  Africa, Government, Purchase-to-pay

The Tunisian e-procurement system (TUNEPS) was launched in January 2013. TUNEPS is important as public procurement represents some 15% of the Tunesian GDP. According to the Secretary of State for Finance the e-procurement system will give further efficiency and transparency to the public procurements.

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6 e-billing and AP automation news bytes

Kofax announces Kofax MarkView for Accounts Payable 8.0, Billtrust of Hamilton acquires Best Practice Systems, Belgian federal government launches website to encourage e-invoicing, InvoiceASAP and Hybrid Paytech partner up for e-invoicing services. And we love this one: T-Mobile Poland awards prizes in e-invoice competition.

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Best of wishes for 2013 [plus: top 10 best reads in 2012]

What a year 2013 will become! The last few years have been a rollercoaster ride; taking us through all the slopes and trenches of the Gartner Hype Cycle and delivering us at the slope of enlightenment. It is this place where we discover that the adoption rates of e-invoicing will equal those of B2B e-commerce.

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Draft of EC’s Golden Book of E-Procurement Good Practices is out now!

You’ve actually listened to the European Commission’s request to contribute to the Golden Book of e-Procurement Good Practices. So thanks for that. DG MARKT of the EC has recently published a draft version of the Golden Book. It consists of a set of 24 good practices which were derived from analysis of the info that you shared with them.

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OB10 and Coupa Software enter into alliance

We received news that Coupa Software has allied with OB10. As a result of the partnership, OB10 customers can choose to take advantage of Coupa’s procure-to-pay solution and Coupa customers can now receive e-invoices into OB10 for expanded global e-invoicing compliance and dynamic discounting capabilities.

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Computacenter taps into Ariba network

It’s always a good idea to listen to your customers. Computacenter listened to its customers and heard they needed greater automation across the purchasing process. And Computacenter acted, because the company tapped into the online catalogue and e-invoicing solutions on the Ariba Network to create Computacenter Connect.

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Unclear policies hold back adoption of e-procurement in Uganda

November 29, 2012  |  Adoption, Africa, Purchase-to-pay

E-procurement would be a great way to cut down corruption in Uganda, but a lack of clear policies is hindering the use of e-procurement in the country. This is at least what Paddy Wanzala, a procurement expert, said during a workshop for procurement professionals in Uganda’s capital.

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Basware brings power of mobility to enterprises

November 7, 2012  |  Digitalisation, Procurement, Purchase-to-pay

Trendwatcher Vincent Everts suggested that providers should shift their focus to going mobile. And providers are slowly but surely acting upon this advice, like Basware. The provider has announced the availability of Basware Mobile 1.2, bringing the procurement process to iOS- and Android-powered smartphones and tablets.

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Contribute to EC’s Golden Book of e-Procurement Good Practices

September 18, 2012  |  Europe, Government, Purchase-to-pay

The European Commission invites everyone who has used an e-procurement platform as a bidder to contribute to the Golden Book of e-Procurement Good Practices. The survey is targeting users in a bidder role of any e-Procurement platform across Europe. The period of consultation runs from 11 September 2012 to 11 October 2012.

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EC Sets another e-procurement example: PEPPOL and e-Prior available as open source

e-Procurement should become the rule, not the exception. That's why the European Parliament and the Council are considering a reform bill that should make e-Procurement the standard, throughout the EU, by mid-2016. And to set an example it is making its software for electronic procurement available as open source. This includes Open e-Prior and Open Peppol.

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