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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.

Spend Matters 50 to Know — Hubwoo

Following the launch of the Spend Matters 50 to Know and 50 to Watch, our US site and our colleagues there have started running through all the providers to give the reasoning behind their inclusion. These are brilliant short summaries of each company’s offerings, and will be of great value for many readers. We are adding our comments about the firms and giving you the link to the US post to read the whole commentary. Here we review Hubwoo.

Tungsten gets a banking licence and GE as a customer

Whilst the news about NHS Shared Business Services (see here) was not great for Tungsten, the firm had much more positive developments to report last […]