Connected Commerce and Credit Dislocation Create Colliding Worlds

I’ve been invited to give one of the keynotes at Exchange Summit 2015 in Barcelona.  Given the expectations and sophistication of the audience, the pressure will be on to deliver insights that matter.

The focus of my keynote will be on the structural changes impacting the bank, credit and capital markets that got their start back in the great financial recession of 2008. There is no doubt we all sense times are different. We know banks and non banks have different regulatory and compliance regimes and this is providing opportunities for third party capital. We also know large companies are flush with cash and adopting integration technologies in the cloud that presents opportunities to fund their supply chain.

The connected commerce world is being driven by two primary players and is greatly impacting the world of early pay acceleration Global corporations and Governments mandating electronic tax and trade reporting. This connected commerce world around Purchase to Pay (eg. eProcurement, eInvoicing, and Supplier Networks) provide different value propositions and finance options.

During my keynote address, I will explore how these worlds are colliding, and what that means for corporations, banks, non banks and vendors.

Vereon AG has created a business conference to connect experts and ideas. The program will include keynotes by:

  • Bruno Koch, market analyst, Billentis,
  • Tom Olavi Bangemann, senior vice president business transformation, The Hackett Group,
  • Dr. Ulrich Kampffmeyer, managing director, PROJECT CONSULT,

Take a look at the agenda.

More than 300 finance, accounts payable, procurement and IT professionals will be joining me in Barcelona, where they’ll learn from (and with!) innovative executives, analysts and practitioners in the industry.

If you are attending the event and want to meet up, contact me

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