Ahead of the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona, which kicks off on Monday, here are predictions for three of the year’s biggest trends.
The Swiss group’s revelation of a US$100m loss at its South Korean subsidiary could be just one example of “a ticking time bomb”, claims Bottomline Technologies.
Tungsten Corporation is a London-based electronic invoicing specialist. In this interview with GTNews, company president Prabhat Vira and senior vice president Kevin Wilbur outline the factors driving growth in e-invoicing and how corporates are using it to streamline finance management.
Preparing for the technology of the future means radically rethinking the way companies employ it today. That was a central message from this month’s EmTech Asia 2017 conference in Singapore.
A relatively small population and take-up of the latest technologies makes the country a testbed for payment innovation, according to an ANZ Group report.
With multinationals (MNCs) facing an ever-more complex regulatory compliance challenge, the ability to automate reporting and stay current with local legislation changes is vital.
Mid-sized firms in the continent’s four main economies hope for business advantages but believe both bigger rivals and small businesses will find the process easier, a survey finds.
Two decades into the 21st century, international trade still relies heavily on paper documentation. IT entrepreneur Roberto Capodieci believes that blockchain is set to transform the process and shake up supply chain finance.
Most senior executives believe the financial services industry will have adopted the technology for everyday use by 2026, a survey suggests.
The European Commission is investigating possible anti-competitive practices by consumer electronics, video games and travel groups.