The future of B2B commerce - CEO insights
In this webinar, OpusCapita CEO Patrik Sallner discusses the future outlook of business-to-business trade, and shares his insights on the trends in the industry.
eProcurement in 2017 - what’s working and what’s not
An interview with Yaron Nadbornik Head of Procurement at SATO
Reduce the risk of payment fraud
Understanding the risks of fraud in your corporate payment process is vital to preventing fraud in the first place.
Supercharge your sales with PEPPOL connected product information management
Is your Order-to-Cash process already PEPPOL compliant? Make sure to meet the legislative requirements to continue offering your products and increase your sales to government age...
Transform your invoices into powerful communication tools
Did you know that you can use invoices for more than just receiving money? In fact invoices can be a channel to upsell, upgrade and keep your customers happy.
Shorten your lead time and strengthen security with digital signatures
Have you ever wondered how you could increase accuracy and bring more efficiency to your business all while freeing up your time?
Managing complexity for smarter eProcurement
At some point, Procurement will need to work smarter, not harder. Unfortunately, though, life in the world of indirect procurement isn’t that easy.
Making buying easier for smarter eProcurement
Watch this webinar to hear all about how two leading procurement organizations have taken their procurement processes for indirect goods and services to the next level.
Supply Chain Finance: What's in it for procurement professionals?
Working capital and supply-chain finance are hot topics for today’s CFOs. But how do they translate into the world of procurement professionals?
Document management: the danger of chaos and the journey to order
We look at the serious issues many organizations face as a result of poor document management, and propose ways to resolve these.
Supply Chain Finance: Why should treasury sit in the driver’s seat?
What’s the best way for your company to build a Supply Chain Finance program? And what does it mean in terms of co-operation between Treasury, Finance and Procurement?