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Asking the right questions on slow payments
This article first appeared on Financial Director. Click here for the original. As the Government announces new enhanced powers for the Small Business Commissioner to tackle late payments, Paul Christensen, CEO and co-founder of Previse, points out that, unless these are coupled with reform to Prompt Payment reporting, they are…
Time to turn to technology to fix the supplier payments problem
Following the announcement last week that company boards would be held directly responsible for payment practices, David Tyler, former Chairman of Sainsbury’s, and a member of Previse’s AdvisoryBoard, argues that if retailers do not make significant progress on improving supplier payments, they risk a harsher regulatory environment. He believes the…
More of the same won’t speed up invoice payments
Many of the most progressive businesses are enthusiastic about putting an end to slow supplier payments. However, says Paul Christensen, CEO and co-founder of Previse, the archaic nature of current payment practices mean speeding up existing processes is a futile task. Firms need to completely rethink how their suppliers get…
Cloud computing powering automation in invoice processing
One year on since we started working with Oracle and our relationship goes from strength to strength. The partnership allows Previse to plug directly into Oracle’s clients existing ERP systems, enabling them to get up and running with Previse faster and more efficiently. The capability to  allows nearly 6,000 Fusion…
AI & Learning – A Powerful Combination
As everyone arrives at NBC Congrescentrum near Utrecht for the Oracle CloudDay NL event, Previse is excited to be attending the exhibition as well as participating on a panel. As partnership manager at Previse, I’m really looking forward to connecting with other thought leaders at the event. It’s great to…
Tackling slow payments starts with the right data
Since the Carillon disaster last year, political pressure has been mounting on the payment practices of large corporates and, in particular, the length of payment terms offered to suppliers. We welcome this focus. Slow payments can destroy small suppliers and are inefficient for buyers. While much of the ultimate solution…
Previse shortlisted for National Technology Award
We have been shortlisted in the finance technology of the year category of the National Technology Awards 2019 in recognition of our best-in-class artificial intelligence technology. The National Technology Awards, now in their third year, are a celebration of technology, organised by National Technology News. They celebrate the pioneers of new…
Previse named one of the most influential fintechs
Previse has been named one of the most influential fintechs in 2019 by Harrington Starr’s The Financial Technologist magazine. Returning for a second year, Harrington Starr worked with some of the most knowledgeable experts in financial services to come up with a list of companies predicted to be the most…
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