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Work-Life balance improves across UK

Monday 14th May, 2012

New report from Regus shows workers to be happier and more productive than in 2010

Workers across the UK declare that the balance between their work and personal life has improved since 2010, according to a new Work-Life Balance Index based on the views of 2500 UK professionals, published by workspace provider Regus.

OB10 & The Institute of Financial Operations release Accounts Receivable survey findings

Monday 14th, May 2012

OB10 and The Institute of Financial Operations have released the results of their third annual Accounts Receivable Survey highlighting some very interesting results for the sector. With half of the 147 respondents suggesting that their collections methods were only “somewhat” satisfactory – it seems that there’s an open opportunity for solutions and processes which will help them improve.
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Billtrust and OB10 partner to offer more invoice connections to more customers

Thursday 10th May, 2012
 
Invoice solution providers extend services to bring greater efficiency to both accounts receivable and accounts payable departments  

Billtrust, the premier provider of outsourced billing services, and OB10, have partnered to offer business-to-business billers a solution for easily and cost-effectively connecting to the global OB10 network.  

Taulia Goes Global

Thursday 10th May, 2012

Taulia has announced an expansion of its international platform so that it's now available in 12 languages and 50 currencies.  Already widely available across Europe and North America, the company is expanding to Asia with the addition of simplified Chinese to its platform. 

Supplier Calls Time on Clinton Cards

Wednesday 9th May, 2012

In another blow to a beleaguered UK high street, Clinton Cards has slipped into administration as its largest supplier has called time on its debt. US supplier American Greetings bought up outstanding loans from the company's banks (RBS and Barclays) and immediately called them in.

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