Procurement Process Problems in the Windy City

05 Dec 2010 Posted by Pete Loughlin in Procurement Process

The Procurement Process Should be Fit For Purpose The New York Times recently publish an interesting article on the difficulties in running a 21st century procurement process to support the growth of wind power in Chicago. They describe the procurement process as “byzantine” explaining that …

European Union’s 2020 Vision For Electronic Invoicing

02 Dec 2010 Posted by Pete Loughlin in Electronic Invoicing, Financial Supply Chain Management, The Rest

Electronic Invoicing Vision The European Commission wants electronic invoicing to be adopted broadly across the Europe Union and  for e-invoicing to become the predominant invoicing method by 2020. It has published a communication entitled  ‘Reaping the benefits of electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) for Europe’ in which…

Pickles Picks on P2P

02 Dec 2010 Posted by Pete Loughlin in News

Conservative Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has homed in on P2P as an investment area. Reported in the Burton Mail, Mr Pickles said the reserves could be used for investment in areas which could yield long-term savings, such as more energy-efficient street lighting, electronic invoicing and…

Liaison Links with Nordea

01 Dec 2010 Posted by Pete Loughlin in Electronic Invoicing

Liaison Technologies, a global provider of cloud-based integration and data management services and solutions, (EAI in the Cloud) and Nordea, the largest financial services group in the Nordic and Baltic Sea region, have entered into an electronic invoicing gateway agreement in Finland. The electronic billing…

Maventa Makes Top 3

30 Nov 2010 Posted by Pete Loughlin in Electronic Invoicing, News

Electronic Invoicing player Maventa is a relatively young Finnish e-invoicing operator, but during its little over two years in operation – it has grown to become the third largest e-invoicing provider in Finland. Read more

Paper Processes Persist

30 Nov 2010 Posted by Pete Loughlin in Electronic Invoicing, News

Companies have been slow to adopt e-invoicing solutions and are still largely using paper processes to handle most of their invoices and payments, according to a new study conducted by industry association IAPP-TAWPI and released this month by Basware. The study, “e-Invoicing from a Buyer…