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Accounts Payable

The Cash Conversion Cycle – Did You Know CCC=DIO+DSO-DPO?

We are pleased to bring you another insightful article from Michael Lamoureux, who writes for Spend Matters US (we've left the US spelling for authenticity) and […]

Benchmarking Report Reveals How AP Can Become Higher-Performing

In case you missed it, this summer APEX Analytix published its annual Financial Leaders’ Benchmarking Report. Now in its 15th year, this report tracks developments […]

OpusCapita Acquires jCatalog, Expanding P2P Capabilities in Nordics and Europe

Just yesterday, Finland-based OpusCapita, Nordic market leader in eInvoicing, P2P and financial processes, announced it would acquire Germany-based catalog management and procurement specialist jCatalog. Jason Busch for […]

Benchmarking Report Finds Weakness When AP and Procurement Are Separate

The “2015 Financial Leaders’ Benchmarking Report - Global Essential Insight from AP, P2P and Shared Services,” was published very recently by APEX Analytix. The report […]

Spend Matters 50/50: Proactis – A Provider to Watch in 2015

We announced here and here our two (not ranked) lists: Spend Matters 50 To Know and 50 To Watch firms for 2015/2016. In the first case, […]

Finance for Procurement Professionals – Working Capital

In this, another in our occasional series looking at what procurement professionals need to know about finance, we’ll take a look at working capital. This […]

Pete Loughlin wants to use social media to name and shame bad payers

Various thoughts have been rumbling around my head in recent weeks around social media, communications, and what seems at times to be a slightly warped […]

Payment terms on the political agenda as big firms screw their small suppliers

The Telegraph had a big splash yesterday about the UK Government “going to war” over late payments which “have reached record highs of more than […]

Dun & Bradstreet UK Industry Report – who pays their invoices on time?

Dun and Bradstreet publishes a quarterly UK Industry Report – it usually goes to their clients only, but we’ve managed through our sources to get […]