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P2P Automation: The Univar Corporation story getting the scanning and e-invoicing balance right

Susie West, CEO22.07.2014

In part 3 of this podcast series, join Bruce Hanavan ,Founder and president at Direct Commerce and Billy Williams Chief Technology Officer at Direct Commerce to discover how one $10bn corporation succeeded on its journey towards enhanced efficiency, communication and significant cost savings.

Belgium's government receives its first ever UBL e-invoice

Abbie Lewis, Writer22.07.2014

This week the Belgian federal authorities received their first electronic invoice at the initiative of Minister Olivier Chastel and Secretary of State Hendrik Bogaert.

Wipro seal $1.2bn outsourcing and acquisition deal with ATCO

Abbie Lewis, Writer21.07.2014

Bangalore-based IT consulting and system Integration services provider Wipro has won a $1.2bn outsourcing contract with energy and utilities firm ATCO.

Novartis and Tesco Global Process Owners to participate at the GPO Summit

Abbie Lewis, Writer17.07.2014

This week it was confirmed that GPOs from retail giant Tesco, and pharmaceuticals leader, Novartis will be facilitating sessions at the Global Process Owner Summit, taking place September 3rd-5th at the Kensington Close Hotel in London.

Barry Callebaut chooses Invoiceware’s SAP Hybrid Cloud to simplify e-invoicing in Mexico and Chile

Abbie Lewis, Writer17.07.2014

Invoiceware International, the largest Business Network in Latin America, has been selected by the international chocolate manufacturer Barry Callebaut to help implement and maintain its electronic invoicing process across Mexico and Chile.

Bidding war over Readsoft heats up with raised offer from Lexmark

Sarah Feurey, Senior Researcher17.07.2014

On May 6th 2014, Lexmark International announced that it had made cash bid for Sweden's Readsoft. Since that bid, Hyland software has also bid for Readsoft. Following Lexmark’s initial bid. Lexmark and Hyland have been increasing their bids, with the latest bid from Lexmark of 50 Swedish Kroner per share.

HighJump Software Acquires Atlas Products International

Abbie Lewis, Writer16.07.2014

HighJump Software, a global provider of supply chain management software, today announced it has acquired Atlas Products International, a UK-based provider of Software as a Service (SaaS)-based business-to-business (B2B) EDI integration, secure data transfer, and e-invoicing solutions.

The Carrot and the Stick in Mexico’s e-Invoicing roll-out

Abbie Lewis, Writer16.07.2014

In a recent article about Mexico’s approach to e-invoicing adoption, Javier Vega Flores, President of AMEXIPAC related the country’s initiative to the metaphor of ‘the boy and the donkey’ - better understood as ‘carrot and stick’ practice.

IBM win six-year outsourcing contract with microfinance firm Janalakshmi

Abbie Lewis, Writer16.07.2014

IBM has won a six year outsourcing contract with micro-finance firm, Janalakshmi Financial Services (JFS) in order to manage the company’s back office projects and provide financial services to individuals and enterprises across India.

Cambridge City Council’s shared services decision could save ‘hundreds of thousands of pounds’

Abbie Lewis, Writer15.07.2014

Yesterday night, councillors across Cambridge City Council met to discuss the sharing of IT and legal services with South Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire councils as part of a move to save ‘hundreds of thousands of pounds.’

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