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Surrey Police Decide Against Outsourcing to G4S

Friday 13th July, 2012

Plans to outsource parts of Surrey police have been shelved in part because of security fears following the security firm G4S (who was in the bidding for the partnership), failed to deliver necessary staff in the run up to the Olympics.

Probe CAMS go paperless with Ariba

Thursday 12 July, 2012

For many companies, automating the invoicing process means scanning and emailing documents. Probe CAMS Systems Pty Ltd took this as a first step toward improving time and cost-intensive manual processes that were hampering its operations. But the company soon realised it needed a better solution.

“We had a huge backlog on a significant amount of invoices where no action was taking place,” said Nicolas Glossoti, Managing Director, Probe CAMS.

So the company turned to Ariba and its Quadrem Network for help. Used by buyers and suppliers across industries in more than 40 countries on six continents, the Quadrem Network allows companies to electronically connect and manage procurement activities—from RFQ reception and response, order confirmation, and invoice submission—more efficiently and effectively than ever before.

Euromaster To Drive More Efficient Invoice Processing With Palette

Wednesday 11th July, 2012

Euromaster, the leading tyre service and car maintenance network in Europe, is to deploy an advanced, web-based invoice automation solution from Palette, to streamline financial management and improve efficiencies across its Nordic businesses.

Kofax Launches Cloud Based SaaS Business Process Management Software Offering

Tuesday 10th July, 2012

Kofax plc, has launched Kofax TotalAgility™ 6.0, its leading BPM and dynamic case management software. Kofax TotalAgility 6.0 is available both as a cloud based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) subscription offering hosted on Windows Azure and under a perpetual license model for on premise deployments.

Employee and management Fraud on the rise in the UK

Tuesday 25th June, 2012

According to KPMG’s Fraud Barometer, the total value of UK fraud fell by £726m for the first six months of this year to £374m compared with £1.1bn during the same period of 2011. The fall was mainly due a decline in the number of fraud ‘super cases’ committed by management and employees coming to court from 131 cases in 2011 to 136 in 2012.