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FISCAL Technologies become gold partners with Oracle

Wednesday 12th December, 2012

Demonstrating growth and dominance in their sector, FISCAL Technologies has achieved Gold Partner status in the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN). With FISCAL's abiltiy to address and overcome the challenges of their joint customers, the new partnership demonstrates Oracle's recognition of the strength of FISCAL's solutions in the marketplace.

Prompt Payment Code: Four years on UK’s largest companies improve

Tuesday 11th December, 2012

Experian reveals that the difference between the late payment times of the largest firms (over 1,000 employees) and the smallest firms (up to 25 employees) has improved significantly, falling by almost nine days during this four year period, driven by better payment behaviour amongst the UK’s biggest companies. 

No more "exact change" - London buses go contactless

Monday 10th December, 2012

From Thursday, Finextra has reported that Londoners will be able to pay for some bus journeys using their contactless bank cards.

Transport for London (TfL) confirmed last February plans to upgrade all Oyster card readers across the capital to work at the touch of a bank-issued debit or credit card.

Many businesses have "no idea" how to use big data

Friday 7th December, 2012

Europe is drowning in the big datai maelstrom. New research reveals that across Europe, mid-market firms are struggling to cope, overwhelmed by the sheer volume and variety of information impacting the business. They are finding it hard to harness the potential of big data for business benefit.

One in five European businesses are unaware of SEPA Direct Debit

Thursday 6th December, 2012

A study by Steria, a leading provider of IT-enabled business services, prepared in partnership with international Strategy consulting firm Edgar, Dunn & Company (EDC) reveals one in five European businesses are unaware of Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) direct debits.

Fair play in the food supply chain

Wednesday 5th December, 2012

The Government has listened to the concerns of dedicated campaigners concerned about the supermarkets' execessive powers over their smaller suppliers, and announced that the Groceries Code Adjudicator will now have the power to fine them if they don't adhere to the Groceries Supply Code of Practice.