Santa’s handing out gifts and coal. Which will your procure-to-pay process get? Follow the flowchart below and find out. Share your results on social media and laugh with your colleagues. The post [Infographic] Has Your Procurement Been Naughty or Nice This Year? appeared first on Tradeshift Blog.
The need to invest in ‘soft skills’ is not new to procurement. In most cases we think about improving our ability to communicate, collaborate, or adapt gracefully to unexpected changes.... Read »
I was in Davos, Switzerland for the 2017 World Economic Forum when the CMO of one of the world’s biggest soft drink companies approached me. I figured he wanted to... Read »
We are thrilled to announce that our SVP APAC and Co-Founder, Mikkel Hippe Brun has been selected as the Entrepreneur of the Year by the Danish Chamber of Commerce in... Read »
PEPPOL (Pan-European Public Procurement On-Line) enables organizations to use a universal set of electronic commerce standards through one network for document exchange and evaluation. This includes technical specifications for e-catalogs, e-orders, e-invoices, product descriptions and certification of organizations. PEPPOL also provides an open and secure network for document exchange and evaluat...
A new Tradeshift release, Magellan 3, goes live today! This quarter’s update was inspired by what we know to be three conditions of happiness for procurement and accounts payables professionals... Read »
Nothing strikes concern into the heart as much as being told one’s on-premise procure-to-pay provider is hiking maintenance fees, and the only other reasonable choice is a non-choice: a cloud... Read »
When it comes to transactions between trading partners, many use two-or three-way document matching. That means the invoice, purchase order, and the receiving report or order receipt all contain identical... Read » The post Match up to seven documents with Tradeshift Pay for airtight order collaboration appeared first on Tradeshift Blog.
Managing supply chain risk is no walk in the park. Exogenous events like the recent terrorist attacks in Barcelona have drawn attention to the EU’s rules to combat terrorism financing... Read » The post Automation: Who says you can’t manage what you can’t see? appeared first on Tradeshift Blog.
I have no doubt that agility, innovation, and adding value to the business should be of paramount focus to procurement teams evolving beyond cost-center status. Who wants to be in... Read » The post Long-tail spend 101: New school approaches appeared first on Tradeshift Blog.
It’s 2030: cars are flying, jumpsuits are chrome, and machines have the same cognitive abilities as humans. Okay, maybe we’re a ways off from hovering cars, and no one has... Read » The post It’s 2030 and everything is automated, now what? [Event recap] appeared first on Tradeshift Blog.
This post was originally published on Procurious. Messaging services like Slack are ground zero for a new generation of integrated bots in the workplace. Most have stopped trying to trick... Read » The post How algorithms will add super-intelligence to the way your company spends money appeared first on Tradeshift Blog.
While many organizations today are quite mature in procurement and accounts payable, it is very seldom that the initial business case for investing in P2P technologies can be fully justified.... Read » The post 5 measurable benefits of eProcurement the C-suite can’t ignore appeared first on Tradeshift Blog.
Last week, Foxconn sent waves across the electronics industry by announcing plans to build a massive $10B plant in southeastern Wisconsin, creating 3,000 manufacturing jobs in the process. The Taiwanese... Read » The post How the Foxconn factory in Wisconsin could reshape electronics supply chains appeared first on Tradeshift Blog.
Congratulations! You’ve identified that your current procure-to-pay (P2P) process isn’t up to par. Whether it’s staggering inefficiency, an outdated user interface that leaves much to be desired in terms of... Read » The post 5 steps to rocking your P2P business case appeared first on Tradeshift Blog.