It’s sad to see Tungsten struggle. It’s predecessor OB10 practically invented e-invoicing. There are many lessons to be learned there, however.
IBM’s Watson can help with indirect procurement. I hope it will work on much more important issues. I have some tongue-in-cheek suggestions.
The latest procurement technology incorporates all the latest buzzwords: machine learning and artificial intelligence included!
AmazonBusiness, IBM, and Google–huge platforms–all presented at the Global Procurement Technology Summit last week.
Suppliers have all sorts of ways to seek revenge on buyers. Buyers are fighting back with automated transaction and big data systems.
Quartzy is trying a new and interesting business model in one of the oldest categories in e-procurement: lab supplies.
In supply chain automation the race is on for networks to become platforms and gain more traction. Ariba, SPS Commerce and Coupa are on the move.
Will the fourth industrial revolution include more software and technology to detect corporate fraud or just commit more?!
Angie’s list finally succumbed and dropped its buyer-pay model. It was inevitable, but sad.