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e-invoicing

Becoming Paperless – Tips & Tricks (Part 2)

Yesterday we featured the first part of ‘how to become paperless’ from Dan Butts, Principal Consultant at Xoomworks procurement consultants and business intelligence experts. Today, […]

Are You Still Pushing Paper? Becoming Paperless – Tips & Tricks

We are pleased to feature this guest post from Dan Butts, Principal Consultant at Xoomworks, procurement consultants and business intelligence experts. Embarking on a mission […]

Basware Get Busy – Financial Results, Finnish Disposals and “Mobile Discussions”

The announcements have been coming thick and fast from eInvoicing and networked “source-to-pay” solutions specialists Basware over the past week. Their annual results were announced […]

e-Invoicing in UK Local Government – Basware Survey Paints Mixed Picture

Last week, Basware (procurement and finance software specialists) published a new report on electronic invoicing in the UK devolved public sector, surveying organisations across local […]

Supply Chain Finance – An Overview for Non-Experts

Our hot topic this month has been eInvoicing and Supply Chain Finance – to be honest, we thought we might have more guest articles, but […]

NHS Shared Business Services – Progress with Their eInvoicing Initiative

We caught up with Simon Murphy, CFO at NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS) recently, mainly to have a chat about their programme to increase […]

Tungsten Analytics – Future Implications for Procurement

We wrote here about Tungsten’s analytics offering, which is a new service that runs on the back of their core e-invoicing platform. It provides what […]

Tungsten – Is It Playing a Whole New Spend Analytics Game?

Tungsten is the AIM-quoted e-invoicing and supply chain finance firm created last year from OB10 and the purchase of the FIBI Bank. Whilst e-invoicing is […]

Tungsten acquires DocuSphere, raises more cash

Tungsten plc, the e-invoicing and supply chain finance firm that is building on the old OB10 business, announced a small but perhaps strategically important acquisition […]

Late payment reforms to help SMEs get paid on time

We have a new young talent on the Spend Matters UK team, our intern Robbie Pyburn -- a graduate in Journalism from Sheffield University. Robbie […]

Tungsten’s First Results – Winning Customers, But Still Losing Money (for now)

Tungsten announced its first ‘annual’ results today since the firm was floated in late 2013. The firm acquired OB10, now re-branded as the Tungsten Network, […]

The Foreign Corrupt Policies Act, Cheap Seafood, and Henley Royal Regatta

Greetings, Spend Matters UK. This post comes to you live FROM the UK, where I have been since Tuesday. Though I wasn't physically in the United States this week, a lot still went on...click through for that, as well as my top observations on the differences between US regattas and the Henley Royal Regatta.