Tagged: spend control

Mobile by Design

Mobile connectivity has suddenly stepped away from the early social network and email adopters to become commonplace. The big jump is the fact that it is no longer the social animals driving the moves forward. Businesses are rapidly taking up the drive for mobility.

Excel to turbo charge iPOS data entry

I have had the pleasure of being involved in the evolution of the new Excel add-on for IPOS electronic procurement for SunSystems, iPOS XL. It will be released as two components, the first release supports requisition creation and the subsequent release will support invoice creation.

Stop opening other people’s envelopes

I’m always delighted when a company says “send me the invoice”. It’s a good measure of success for both parties. But my delight turned to horror recently when I was told “Oh yes, you can email the invoice if you want, but you must also post one to the finance address.

Six pieces to the procurement puzzle

I have been involved in many procurement projects and heard many different methods of mastering spend control. The best advice I have always remembered and still find relevant is to consider the procurement puzzle as having six pieces.

What is iPOS XML?

XML stands for Extensible Markup Language. It is a generic term for a globally defined set of standards and rules that enable documents to be codified in a way that both humans and machines can read.