In an excellent article last week, Jason Busch of Spend Matters and David Gustin of Trade Financing Matters took a look at dispelling some myths about 2 key players in the e-invoicing and supply chain finance market: Taulia and Tungsten. At the very same time, Tungsten Corporation announced its half-year results (for the 6-month period ending October 2014). While this wasn’t the first announcement since the firm floated on London’s AIM market in November 2013, it was seen as important because it was the first significant report since the acquisition of what is now Tungsten Bank, and the first really to show to the investment community how the firm is doing in terms of putting together its broader e-invoicing, supply chain finance and spend analytics offering.
Tungsten’s Half-Year Results: Short-Term Disappointment, but Long-Term Promise [Plus+]
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