NHS overcharged by millions by company set up by Serco

Monday 1st September, 2014

In a further blow to the embattled outsourcing giant Serco, a fresh scandal has come to light over the alledged misuse of public funds after a company it set up overcharged NHS hospitals millions of pounds, according to a new report by The Independent.

Food industry: shorter supply chains and improved visibility a necessity

Friday 29th August, 2014

Today's Guardian reports that Professor Chris Elliott’s long-awaited review of the food industry, commissioned in the wake of the horsemeat scandal, is expected to be published at the start of September. Based on the review’s interim findings published last December, the final report is expected to include recommendations to introduce a new requirement for all parties operating or managing the food chain to put consumers’ interests first over all other aims, along with laboratory services that use standardised, validated methodologies for inspecting food.

Engineering firm to save 25% through in-house AP automation

Thursday 28th August, 2014

Kofax has announced that a leading global engineering firm based in Europe is now using Kofax's document management software, including Kofax Capture, Kofax Transformation Modules, Kofax e-Transactions and Kofax Analytics for Capture to automate the capture and processing of invoices and provide advanced analytics to monitor and meet internal key performance indicators (KPIs).

Serco to leave UK's clinical healthcare market

Wednesday 27th August, 2014

Troubled outsourcing giant, Serco has announced its planned departure from the clinical healthcare market in the UK following heavy losses on NHS contracts.

Former CEO and Navy Rear Admiral jailed in expense fraud

Tuesday 26th August, 2014

A former Rear Admiral in the Australian navy and CEO of Sydney Ferries has been jailed for defrauding the company of more than $200,000.

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