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Companies maximise cash and minimise risk with Ariba

Wednesday, 7 September 2011
In this current economic climate, companies are increasingly parking cash to lesson financial risk. However, due to this suppliers across industries are finding it difficult to meet their short-term cash needs. To help remedy the situation, buyers and sellers can benefit from Ariba® Discount Professional™.

Greece to begin e-invoicing from early 2012

Wednesday, 3rd August 2011

The Greek government aims to save more than 3.0 billion euro annually, while enterprises will benefit more than 1.0 bn euro annually, from the adoption of electronic invoicing, Greek Development, Competitiveness and Shipping Minister Mihalis Chrysohoidis, Development Minister said.

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Ariba enhances collaborative working

Monday, 1st August 2011
Ariba, a leading provider of collaborative business commerce solutions announced the launch of an on-demand collaboration solution to help enterprises running SAP ERP connect with external trading partners.

Ariba partners with D&B to extract risk data

Friday, 27th May 2011

Ariba, a leading provider of collaborative business commerce solutions announced the expansion of its partnership with Dun & Bradstreet (D&B), providing organisations with invaluable data, enabling faster, safer business decisions. In today's globally connected, but sometimes less than stable business environment, success comes from knowing as much as possible, as early as possible. Partnering with D&B, the trusted source of commercial insight for more than 170 years, provides just that.

New tax rules will hit squeezed middle till pips squeak

Monday, 31st January 2011

About 175,000 people earning £40,000 a year will see their marginal rate of tax more than double from 30 per cent to 70 per cent from April 6 because of complex changes to the tax system, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS). At the same time, a reduction in the point at which higher rate tax is imposed will require an extra 750,000 people to pay 40 per cent income tax – and the IFS predicts that one in five could suffer higher rate tax by the time of the next General Election.

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