Many companies operate historically grown multi-backend system landscapes. Mergers and acquisitions, international expansions, new sites and plants, different update cycles, etc. have multiplied the number of ERP systems within the organization over time. This in itself is not a problem. However, if you wish to use a central procurement system for all your plants and locations at the same time, things become tricky. Today’s Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) systems often support only a single ERP as a backend system. So, what to do?
If you believe what you read in the headlines, we’ve already arrived in the brave new digital world. But when it comes to the subject of invoicing at least, the world is currently far less digital and “brave” than it could be. What’s the problem? What problems do companies face in the invoicing process? And how can these be solved?
These are precisely the questions we’re going to get to the bottom of here.
“Added value: global networks,” was the topic of the 52nd BME Purchasing and Logistics Symposium last week in Berlin from November 8th to 10th in Berlin. Read more
Does the e-business solution that supports your business-to-business transactions ensure that your e-invoices remain tax compliant, everywhere, always?
Change in tax legislation is constant
An e-business solution that must comply with multiple countries’ tax requirements has to address the problem of ongoing change. Otherwise, how can a business efficiently deal with the tsunami of new real-time and other regulatory control requirements that governments are introducing? Read more
Electronic invoicing is gaining ground. However, according to the 2017 edition of the Billentis Report, this environment will change fundamentally in the coming years, due mainly to regulatory requirements with an increasing trend towards tax clearance systems and new technologies. The good news: both lead to significant cost savings. Read more
Robert Bosch GmbH was awarded the “BME-Innovationspreis 2016” for its innovative realignment of indirect procurement – a step which will further strengthen the company’s long-term competitiveness.
Integrated IT solutions form a key element of this realignment – and SupplyOn has made a decisive contribution in this respect: It is only thanks to the interplay between the in-house IT systems and the integrated purchase-to-pay solution from SupplyOn that is possible to tie in thousands of service providers and suppliers of indirect material and capital goods to realize a seamless end-to-end process.