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Consolidation: Where we’ve been and where we’re going

For those of us who have been involved in AP in one capacity or another, for many years have seen technology play a big role in the evolution of AP from a largely paper-based data entry dependent...

How to build ‘The Brady Bunch’ in merging companies

In 1968, two movies hit the big screen that made the idea of blending families seem, if not exactly easy, at least attainable in a short time with a few minor hiccups: Yours, Mine and Ours, starring...

Why project managers should fear an all-green or red status report

A common method of reporting project status is to use the familiar traffic light system, with a status of green, yellow and red. This method of reporting, in theory, makes it easy to determine whether...

From simple to sophisticated: The evolution of remote deposit capture

Technology progresses along with the generations, and it has one goal: to make life easier. Just look how far cell phones have come since the 1980s, when they were considered technical marvels even...

Corporate anti-fraud budgets increase in face of growing concern

The budget for financial crime counter measures will increase significantly in 2014 for companies worldwide, according to a Financial Crime Survey by BAE Systems Detica, an international business and...

Why project managers should fear an all-green status report

A common method of reporting project status is to use the familiar traffic light system, with a status of green, yellow and red. This method of reporting, in theory, makes it easy to determine whether...

Business commerce and e-payment networks accelerate the speed of business

In today’s fast-paced business environment, most organizations are moving quite slowly when it comes to invoicing and payments. While there are many factors that contribute to this problem –...

Business networks 2014: Disrupt and conquer

Companies plugged into “the networked economy” en masse in 2013. And in 2014, they’ll supercharge their efforts. Leveraging business networks, they’ll harness the insights and intelligence of entire...

A glimpse into the future of document capture

When it comes to the future of documents capture, it is hard to fully predict what will happen and when it will happen. And for people in the document capture industry, this is hard to swallow.

For the smartest answers, ask the secondary questions first

Typically an answer to a question already exists somewhere — if you can track it down. This approach, called “secondary research,” involves digging for information, vetting the data you find, and...
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