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Crisis Management in times of Revolution – Things Aren’t Going to be the Same

9th April, 2020

In times of rapid change, organisations that have been taken by surprise can find themselves playing catch up and racing to gain control. And in doing so, may make the mistake of trying to carry on – business as usual, failing to see that many of the external factors have fundamentally changed. Now is the time to consider your core activity and where this fits in the new landscape and what needs to be changed. Blretail suppliersockbuster didn’t fail because people stopped wanting to see films, but the way they wanted to do that shifted almost overnight.

One brand, one mission - Corcentric's acquisition of Determine

Following the acquisition of Determine earlier this year by US based Corcentric, we caught up with President and COO, Matt Clark to find out some more about the deal. Matt pointed out that the idea behind the move, was to shift the company’s focus towards delivering an entire end to end solution and consider what that might look like, delivered from a single platform. At Corcentric, while there was a firm footing in the worlds of finance and accounts payable, the executive team felt there was a need for something in the upstream eprocurement space to be able to deliver on their end to end vision.

How AP teams can best prepare for whatever Brexit scenario awaits the UK

By Ruud Van Hilten, Senior Vice President at Tungsten Network
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It is still not clear how or even whether the UK will leave the EU on March 29th. In this period of uncertainty, many businesses will feel paralysed and also powerless about what they can do. Nevertheless, there are some essential steps that businesses should take to prepare for the myriad of potential outcomes that await.

How opaque supply chains can land your firm in hot water

by guest contributor, Charles Henri Royon, VP EMEA, Tradeshift

Managing supply chains effectively has become increasingly crucial to maintaining brand image and reputation. In the age of mass media, firms can’t afford to turn a blind eye – any irresponsibility or wrong doing in a far flung area of an enterprise’s supply chain will be exposed, and rightfully so.