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Taulia helps Northgate Improve Processes for Global Supply Base

Monday 23 July, 2012

Taulia has announced that it has partnered with Northgate Information Solutions providing a host of self-service capabilities to Northgate’s worldwide supplier base, including e-invoicing, full automation of purchase-to-pay processes and comprehensive visibility into the invoice process.  Taulia’s Dynamic Payment Platform fully integrates with Northgate’s SAP ERP system, ensuring invoice compliance across country borders and allowing Northgate to provide the same level of extensive functionality, automation and visibility to its vendors regardless of the country of origin.

PROACTIS & Civica join to provide eProcurement Solution for Local Government

Wednesday 18th July, 2012

PROACTIS, has signed an agreement with Civica UK Ltd to market and implement PROACTIS Source-to-Contract and Supplier Portal software solutions into the local Government Sector in UK. As an implementation partner and reseller, Civica will provide project management, integration and local domain expertise.

KOFAX Mobile Capture gains rapid momentum with four global customer wins

Tuesday 17th July, 2012

After the release last month of Kofax Mobile Capture™ software, Kofax has announced that sales have gained rapid momentum with four global customer wins.

“The mobile applications market is currently in its early stages and poised for explosive growth,” said Drew Hyatt, Senior Vice President of Mobile Applications at Kofax.

Surrey Police Decide Against Outsourcing to G4S

Friday 13th July, 2012

Plans to outsource parts of Surrey police have been shelved in part because of security fears following the security firm G4S (who was in the bidding for the partnership), failed to deliver necessary staff in the run up to the Olympics.

Probe CAMS go paperless with Ariba

Thursday 12 July, 2012

For many companies, automating the invoicing process means scanning and emailing documents. Probe CAMS Systems Pty Ltd took this as a first step toward improving time and cost-intensive manual processes that were hampering its operations. But the company soon realised it needed a better solution.

“We had a huge backlog on a significant amount of invoices where no action was taking place,” said Nicolas Glossoti, Managing Director, Probe CAMS.

So the company turned to Ariba and its Quadrem Network for help. Used by buyers and suppliers across industries in more than 40 countries on six continents, the Quadrem Network allows companies to electronically connect and manage procurement activities—from RFQ reception and response, order confirmation, and invoice submission—more efficiently and effectively than ever before.