We all want our computer systems to talk to one another wherever possible. Using compatible software makes life and work a whole lot easier. But have you ever really looked at why it’s so important and more importantly what this means for your customers?
Open banking is here to stay. Over the last couple of years, both the banking and payment industries have seen rapid change in the market landscape. But can everyone currently involved in the value chain – banks, tech companies, and customers – all truly benefit?
The company card is for many businesses, the preferred solution to handle their spending. But should it be?
Remote working became the norm for most office workers in 2020. Let’s take a closer look at how expense management has changed – and continues to change – and how business leaders can address these challenges with an eye on the future.
Let’s take a look at the eight administrative tasks that you can automate for your workforce to give them more time to do what they do best.
Digital acceleration has *finally* catalysed the accounting industry into action. After decades of process paralysis – despite slowly transforming – the financial services sector as a whole is now on a clear trajectory to meet the needs of modern businesses.
We turn to 8 industry experts to learn about their trend predictions for 2021. What will be the factors that determine success in the new year? Which trends will be vital for finance departments to keep up with?
Let’s look at some of the key challenges banks and card providers face, and consider some ways in which they can keep evolving – in line with their customers’ changing needs
In this article, we’ll explore how the industry is changing following the introduction of PSD2 and how corporate card providers can team up with fintech companies to meet customer needs – and do so fast.
We stand on the threshold of a digital revolution: one in which sectors as diverse as retail and financial services are adapting – or dying. This is true for businesses operating across both B2B (business-to-business) and B2C (business-to-consumer) markets. But while it may appear that it’s ‘everyone for themselves’ right now, many companies are finding that collaboration is the best way forward.
We turned to some of our expense management partners who strongly believe in the benefits of digital receipts within expense management, to ask why they think it’s essential to enable digital receipts in their solution and which benefits their customers’ experience.
Many organisations experience challenges with their internal expense management routines. They are often time-consuming and tedious and often end up taking