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Category: 'supplier-e-invoicing' Blog Posts

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Help Wanted . . !

by Debbie Wilson  |  November 9, 2009

Today I fielded ANOTHER call from a supplier that is frustrated with and challenged to support all the various buy-side e-procurement and e-invoicing solutions of their customers.  “We’re a high...

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Hype Cycle for Procurement Applications, 2009

by Debbie Wilson  |  August 11, 2009

Procurement spans a rich and diverse range of activities.  The variety of tools available to enable procurement activities and expanding and maturing at a heightened rate this year, due to...

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Key Issues for Enterprise Contract Management and Procurement Applications, 2009

by Debbie Wilson  |  April 6, 2009

This Gartner research document outlines my planned research for now through March 2010.  Procurement technology 2009 research will focus on the important issues of cost cutting, the competitive landscape and...

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How Banks and Processors Can make EIPP Services Appealing to Corporate Customers

by Debbie Wilson  |  April 6, 2009

Banks and payment processors are becoming more interested in electronic invoice presentment and payment (EIPP) as a source of new revenue.  This Gartner research note recommends that banks and payment...

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The Role of Procurement in Electronic Presentment and Payment (EIPP)

by Debbie Wilson  |  January 30, 2009

Published:  December 2008 This note set is the result of great Gartner teamwork to cover a complex and evolving area.  John Van Decker, Nigel Rayner, Kathy Tornbohm and I put...

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I Get It Now - Its All About the Taxes

by Debbie Wilson  |  January 5, 2009

Last year began with an occasional inquiry on the “procure-through-pay” approach to e-invoicing, and it ended with a steady stream.  It wasn’t too hard to figure out right away that...

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An Old Idea Gets New Legs

by Debbie Wilson  |  October 7, 2008

I have to admit I’ve felt a bit awkward about posting a clever (or at least an attempt at clever) entry in my blog these past few days, given the...

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