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Avoiding the e-invoicing toxic mix

Monday 13th October, 2014

This time last week Barcelona was playing host to the great and the good of the einvoicing world at the Exchange Summit. Although this was the first Exchange Summit, the event is actually the natural successor to the well-established EXPP conference. Picking up where EXPP left off, the Exchange Summit aims to take the einvoicing topic and broaden it to cover the increasingly related issues – such as supply chain finance for example, and the growth and importance of networks. Joannes von Mulert’s event has big ambitions, and next year’s conference, at the moment scheduled for Frankfurt, is expected to take a deeper look at some of the issues touched on last week.

Procurement - don't be the "Ken" of your organisation

30th September, 2014

Arriving on the only day of rain in September, I was only too glad to leave the drenched streets and squelch into the foyer of the QEII Exhibition Centre, Westminster – venue of the 26th eWorld conference last week.


VAT compliance: a hot topic at e-Invoicing Europe

Wednesday 16th July, 2014

Guest Blogger: Abbie Lewis

Last month an intimate group of enthusiastic professionals gathered at's  America Square Conference Centre in London to discuss everything from getting started with e-invoicing implementation to the top tips and best practise strategies to design significant improvements to existing programmes.

Why would e-Invoicing need rescuing? Q and A with Taulia

Tuesday 8th July, 2014

A couple of weeks ago we heard about a new service being offered by supplier financing company Taulia, which the company has said, aims to provide a means of rescue for firms whose e-invoicing project has stalled. Taulia’s e-Invoice Rescue Service is of course a nice piece of marketing, but it also happens to be something which highlights a very real problem. So I caught up with Taulia’s European Marketing Director, Matthew Stammers to see what the service was all about.


Real time customer engagement with mobile Apps

Real-time Customer Engagement with Mobile Apps

 Monday 9th June, 2014

By the end of 2014, the total number of global mobile internet users is expected to overtake the total number of desktop users. Organisations are facing the reality that the preferred engagement channel of their customers is no longer the traditional routes like landline, web portals or snail mail — it’s the smartphone. Static mobile apps—those allowing consumers to locate stores, check order statuses and review account information will have to make way for the next wave of mobile customer engagement apps for banking, insurance, healthcare and government.

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