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Ted Baker selects Financial Driver for more efficient planning and reporting

Thursday 23 February, 2012

Financial Driver supports one of the fastest growing brands in the UK

Ted Baker, one of the fastest growing lifestyle brands in the UK has selected Financial Driver to improve distribution, collection, consolidation and management reporting. The system developed by UK accountants helps to simplify the collection of financial data and eradicate the bottle-necks caused by spreadsheets.

CashFlows Launches Single Payments Account for UK Businesses

Tuesday 21 February, 2012

CashFlows® has launched a new generation account which will help businesses to better manage payments and their cash flow. With late payments a critical issue, the CashFlows® Account also allows businesses to send their customers instant e-invoices and take on-the-spot payment for products and services.

ReadSoft aquires leading business process automation developer, foxray

Monday 20 Febuary, 2012
ReadSoft, the world leader in Document Process Automation solutions, has announced the acquisition of privately held foxray AG, a leading developer of Business Process Automation platforms and solutions. foxray employs 40 people and their main market is Europe. The revenues for 2011 was approximately 7 MEUR and with a positive EBIT-result.

Airplus Partner with Click Travel on Openrail

Monday 20 Febuary, 2012

Rail booking tool, OpenRail waives credit card fees for AirPlus customers

Specialist business travel payment provider AirPlus International announces a special partnership with online TMC Click Travel and its OpenRail booking platform.

Irish Businesses Could Save €240m by e-Invoicing

Tuesday 14 February, 2012

A new e-invoicing pilot scheme has been launched by the Irish Government which could lead to the Government and businesses saving up to €240m a year, while reducing processing time, red tape and keeping the supply chain moving with more clarity and with prompt payment.

 

Euro Meltdown - UK Businesses Prepared

Wednesday 15 February, 2012

Most big businesses across the UK have also made preparations for a euro meltdown, fearful not just of the direct impact on sales but of a drying up of credit and trade finance. Few doubt that a messy Greek default would lead to a credit crunch at least equal in severity to that which followed the collapse of Lehman Brothers in September 2008. Read More

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