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ApexPeak completes acquisition of Cashnomix

Fraser Carr27.01.2015

It has been announced this week that tech startup Cashnomix has been acquired by non‐bank capital provider ApexPeak.

9 steps to best practice for GPOs (Part 1 – Steps 1-3)

Susie West, CEO27.01.2015

In the first of a three part series, read the best practice steps that every GPO absolutely must be taking.

Anachron announces new US office

Fraser Carr26.01.2015

Anachron, a provider of Order2Cash process optimization services, has announced the opening of its first US office in Midtown New York.

Canon UK and Palette strike P2P partnership

Fraser Carr23.01.2015

Canon UK announced this week a partnership with and enterprise purchase-to-pay specialist, Palette.

Tradeshift wins The Circulars’ Digital Disruptor award

Fraser Carr22.01.2015

Technology solution provider Tradeshift has won the annual The Circulars’ Digital Disruptor, it has been announced. Tradeshift saw off competition from companies such as Lyft to pick up the award.

The Coca-Cola Company chooses Invoiceware for e-invoicing in Latin America

Fraser Carr21.01.2015

Invoiceware International, an e-invoicing and fiscal reporting solutions company announced this week that it is expanding its partnership with The Coca-Cola Company to support the latest e-invoicing compliance requirements in Ecuador.

Susie West on why sharedserviceslink

Fraser Carr21.01.2015

In this intimate one-to-one interview with sharedserviceslink’s founder and CEO Susie West, we hear what defines sharedserviceslink and the 3 traits that set it apart from the competition.

Implementing Outsourcing and an ERP at the same time??!!! - 5 survival tips from McGraw-Hill

Susie West, CEO20.01.2015

A company of 17,500 people, McGraw-Hill decided that outsourcing was essential to its future. At that same point in their evolution, they realized they needed to move from Lawson to Oracle. Rather than address these epic tasks one at a time, McGraw decided to implement both concurrently. This article touches on a number of aspects of how they did it, and shares some of the results.

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