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Kofax Identified as a 2012 trend setter

Tuesday 18th September, 2012

KMWorld Magazine has identified Kofax Web Capture as one of their Trend-Setting Products of 2012. For the last 10 years the magazine group has been highly accurate in spotting the most meaningful products in the knowledge management industry. In 2012, more than 700 products were considered with only 89 making the final list. Each product was selected based on its ability to deliver innovation and excellence to customers.

New Interface broadens Taulia's Dynamic Discounting reach

Monday, 17th September, 2012 

Taulia has released an Application Program Interface (API) designed to allow partners and new customers the ability to integrate Taulia’s solution into their platform and provide custom dynamic discounting, e-invoicing and supplier services to a broader user base.

Single portal, easy access - Trafford council selects BancTec

Friday 13th September, 2012

BancTec has been selected by Trafford Council to deliver an Electronic Document and Records Management System (EDRMS) in coordination with BancTec partner Serengeti Systems Limited. As an approved supplier of the Government Procurement Service Framework, BancTec was chosen to manage the EDRMS and related services, including implementation support, software support and maintenance for Trafford Council’s 3,000 users.

Russell Group saves over £100,000 a year using e-invoicing

Wednesday 12th September, 2012

The Russell Group, one of the UK’s leading logistics and warehousing firms, is achieving efficiency savings of over £100,000 per year after automating its purchase-to-pay process using m-hance’s electronic invoice solution.

Before its implementation, the Russell Group’s purchase-to-pay processes were extremely time-consuming and costly as a result of handling paper. Purchase invoices would arrive into its head office in Glasgow and then have to be circulated to its 15 different sites across the UK where they would require signatory approval. Invoices would often get lost or mislaid, resulting in further delays to the approval process.

Fujitsu Blacklisted by Government

Wednesday 12th September, 2012

In a move likely to be related to recent public sector outsourcing issues, Fujitsu has been blacklisted by the Government as a result of being "too high risk" following its unhappy attempt at creating e-patient records across the south of England.

Payment terms barely improved in three years - research shows

Tuesday 11th September, 2012

The Forum of Private Business has found councils struggling to meet payment terms targets. Despite government imposed targets for councils to pay suppliers within 10 days, on average barely half (51%) of councils actually do.  Although it's an improvement on the 45% figure in 2009, it's not the move forward the government was hoping for. The data also reveals suppliers are now paid, on average, after 17.5 days – a fractional improvement from 2009 when it was 17.9.

It also appears that there's a large discrepancy between different areas of the country. On the whole, councils in the North West were the quickest payers, while those in Yorkshire were the worst.

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