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Tieto and Formpipe collaborate on ECM

January 16, 2013  |  Digitalisation, Europe

The goal of the partnership for Tieto is to be able to offer both the public and private sector an optimum product on the basis of each customer's needs and wishes. For FormPipe, the partnership means greater availability on the market, with a higher delivery capacity and level of competence.

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Oh MIA, oh my, another E-invoicing Model Interoperability Agreement!

The good thing about EESPA’s MIA is that it provides for a standardised bilateral agreement for use by service providers with their chosen service provider partners. The bad thing seems to be that the MIA is only released to its members. That seems quite the opposite to the mission statement.

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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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Belgacom and Proximus offer customers second e-invoicing option

December 10, 2012  |  Adoption, Electronic Invoicing, Europe

More than 460,000 Belgacom and Proximus customers are already using the Green Bill. That isn’t enough, the telecom providers must have thought, because from 3 December they offer their customers Zoomit. It’s e-invoicing in your familiar online banking program.

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Descartes provides Bake Five with flawless message flow

December 6, 2012  |  Digitalisation, Europe

Bake Five is the service centre for 15 industrial bakeries in the Netherlands. About 1300 locations get their bread and pastry from Bake Five. It isn’t surprising then that the message flow is complex. Descartes Systems Group’s cloud-based Gateway concept ensures it now flows without too much trouble.

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RBS builds in greater efficiencies for UK property giant

December 3, 2012  |  Digitalisation, Electronic Invoicing, Europe

For the past 200 years, GVA has provided commercial property advice to some of the UK’s leading public and private sector organisations. For over a quarter of that time, RBS has been the company’s banker. RBS is now building on this relationship by providing the property specialist with the Accounts Payable e-Invoicing solution.

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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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No more manual processes for Finland, Norway, Poland and Sweden

November 29, 2012  |  Digitalisation, Europe, Research

We are happy to announce that an Itella Information survey shows that automated and electronic processes seem to be preferred by companies in Finland, Norway, Poland and Sweden on a wide scale, while processes involving a certain degree of manual labour now count for less than 30% of all finance and accounting processes.

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Egencia travels to 18 different countries with Cegedim’s help

Egencia, a major business travel agent, has acquired a taste for travelling the e-invoicing world. In January 2008, Egencia chose Cegedim’s electronic invoicing solution for a portion of its European clients and the company has now decided to expand the system to several new countries.

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30.8% of UK businesses unaware of how many invoices they process

November 22, 2012  |  Adoption, Electronic Invoicing, Europe, Research

Kewill’s recent eInvoicing Survey of 117 companies shows that 44.9% of UK businesses have an e-invoicing solution in place today and 23.8% will be looking at implementing one within the next to years. That’s quite an improvement from a year ago, but there’s still a lot of work to be done.

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