On Integration, Collaboration, Empowerment

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  1. What IBM was to mainframes and Coupa was to SaaS, Nipendo is to the P2P cloud by Jon Hansen | Procurement Insights

    […] the Internet of Things and Humans, Eran Livneh wrote the following in his recent Nipendo blog post What is the Internet of Things and what does it mean to the P2P world;  “For Procure-to-Pay applications to keep pace with where “Things” are heading, we need […]

  2. Ravindra Garg
    Ravindra Garg June 29, 2014 at 10:30 pm | | Reply

    I like “The day-to-day is better left for “Things”: an invoice comes in, automatically validated against internal rules and external data sources (e.g. tax rates), reconciled to the ERP system of record, and approved for payment”.

    Catch is in the ‘Invoice Comes in” – Either your guy will scan the invoice and get it in; OR you ask your Supplier to create the Invoice in your system; – You choose; – This is the way we have been doing for the last decade;

    However, we need to keep the businesses with their money to spend, EXCITED – Big Data, Mobility, Cloud, Internet of Things and more, Welcome to the new world; and keep the demand coming;

  3. What is supplier collaboration?
    What is supplier collaboration? August 11, 2014 at 10:28 am |

    […] the April 22nd post What is The Internet of Things and What Does It Mean to The P2P World, Eran wrote about “preserving the genius of Humans” to focus on where it’s really […]

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