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Eurozone crisis 'hitting small suppliers hard'

NewsSusie West, CEOContent Plus15.06.2012 Comments (3)Bookmark

The on-going crisis in the Eurozone is having a worrying effect on small suppliers who are reportedly demanding payments to be made upfront from buyers. Figures from Western Union, seen by the Daily Telegraph, show that the deepening crisis is leading…

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john vasili invapay 25.06.2012

For dynamic discounting & alternatives - take a look at where 47,000 suppliers are currently paid in 3 days of delivery.
For buyers - gain a return on investment
For small suppliers - receive settlement early or at least on time settlement

James R. Clawson Lake Forest iPayables 21.06.2012

I agree Dynamic Discounting is an excellent way for organizations to take full advantage of supply chain management.

Forecasting cash flow through Dynamic Discounting will help to seize the opportunities that are available to supply chain finance in greater abundance than ever before!

Chris Rauen Ariba 20.06.2012

Agree Susie that dynamic discounting makes good sense.

Treasury & Risk Management magazine is hosting a webinar tomorrow, June 21, 2pm EDT, on this topic: "The Hunt for Safe, Short-Term Cash Yield." The focus will be on how e-invoicing and dynamic discounting is a win-win for trading partners.

Interested parties can register at: