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Terms and Endearments: Managing the balance sheet and supplier relationships

As companies seek to improve their working capital, suppliers may be seen as an easy target. Better tools and strategies can bring the interests of finance, procurement and suppliers into closer alignment....

ePayables 2014: The Quest

This independent research report seeks to present a comprehensive, industry-wide view into what is happening in the world of accounts payable today, by drawing on the experience of more than 190 professionals....

Empowering Suppliers

What exactly do suppliers want and expect from early payment programs? Taulia's recent survey provides insights into just that, as well as the main supplier challengers and preferences when it comes to late payments, unearned discounts and accelerated payments....

Supply Chain Finance on SaaS

Running supply chain finance (SCF) software applications on a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)-based platform can provide a strategic weapon to meet business objectives that go beyond cost reduction and simply increasing internal efficiencies....

Charting the Trade Credit Divide and its Implications for the UKs Economic Recovery

The granting of credit by non-financial firms to their customers, known as trade credit, is a ubiquitous business practice, and a hidden force in the economy. This briefing reviews the key findings of the most comprehensive research into trade credit practice in the UK....

Supply Chain Finance: A Procurement Strategy

Most procurement organizations today are ignoring one of the most significant sources of savings. By taking a holistic view of procurement and considering the wider costs beyond the headline costs of goods and services, further, previously untapped saving can be realised....