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The route to e-Invoicing success

01/08/2016 - 01:00

In a previous blog we discussed some of the perceived barriers to the adoption of electronic trading, or e-Invoicing. In this blog, we refer once again to the recently-published Billentis Report...

Breaking down the barriers to e-Invoicing adoption

01/08/2016 - 01:00

There is growing awareness amongst both public and private sector organisations of the potential benefits of trading electronically with supply chain partners. Nevertheless, there are still many...

Positive steps to managing late payments

07/06/2016 - 11:15

Late payment is a significant burden for any type of business, and is a particular challenge within the construction industry.

Tackling Inefficiency and Reducing Risk: A Contractor's Imperative

01/06/2016 - 11:10

In a construction contracting business, where margins are typically less than 5%, it’s essential to maintain tight control of anything that wastes money.

House builders are mitigating risk through smarter supply chain practices

01/06/2016 - 01:00

It's now become cliché to state that turbulence in the current economic climate is forcing companies to adapt and evolve. But the recent bankruptcies in the UK construction sector show us that...

Late payers in UK construction industry facing increased scrutiny

01/06/2016 - 01:00

Anyone working in the construction industry will be aware that late payment is an ongoing issue that has caused the demise of many a supplier and sub-contractor. Typically, the problem is that...

£7 billion in unpaid invoices for UK construction SMEs - here's what they can do about it

03/05/2016 - 12:32

In 2015 it was revealed that UK SMEs were owed £67bn in unpaid invoices, with construction being one of the most heavily affected sectors with £7bn of unpaid invoices (source: ABFA). That's 17% of...

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