OB10’s facelift and a clue about something more interesting
There has been some criticism of OB10’s user interface and so their users are likely to be pleased at the announcement today of a new version of their portal which, according to the press release, will “enhance the user experience, bring further efficiencies and transparency to the purchase-to-pay process, and deliver ground-breaking new services.”
“This is a major milestone for OB10 and signifies a step change in the speed at which we can bring user-centric services to market,” says CEO Luke McKeever. “This latest version allows us to further differentiate our offering, and transform the way organisations think about and implement e-Invoicing solutions.
“Combining a revised back-end architecture with our redesigned front-end platform enables the agile deployment of new capabilities and features. We have a succession of services to unveil over the coming months that will ensure OB10 remains the world’s most trusted service provider.”
Congratulations OB10. I’m looking forward to seeing the new portal. But there’s something more interesting in the press release issued today.
Apparently, users will also be able to “improve their cash flow and working capital through early payment discounts and supply chain finance options, quickly extending the benefits from electronic invoicing across their network of trading partners.”
That’s more interesting than a new user interface and we’re looking forward to learning more about what supply chain finance options OB10 will offer.