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Interview: Bottomline director discusses Sterci takeover

6th September 2013

The news that Bottomline Technologies has acquired Sterci and Simplex for a combined total of $109m in order to boost its financial messaging technology capabilities demonstrates the strength of the consolidation trend in this sector at present. Neil Ainger talked to Bottomline’s director of business development, Marcus Hughes, about what...
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Rising Above the Financial Crisis with Effective Cash Lifecycle Management

12th March 2012

By Marcus Hughes, business development director at Bottomline Technologies Implementing a comprehensive Cash Lifecycle Management (CLM) procedure, backed by effective technology and SWIFT connectivity, can help corporations overcome the threat of a second credit crunch. The scars left behind by the 2008 credit crunch and resulting...
Making a payment factory pay
Making a payment factory pay

28th November 2011

By Marcus Hughes, business development director, Bottomline TechnologiesThe global economic environment continues to pose ever more challenging questions for today’s corporate treasurer with almost daily stories of fresh problems, country bailouts and concerns over the euro. The need for proper visibility and control over cash, core weapons in...
ChequeMate
ChequeMate

10th November 2011

By Adrian Stafford-Jones, managing director, Albany SoftwareAs the economy teeters on the edge of a double dip recession, government pledges to reduce red tape and make business easier for the UK’s SMEs seem increasingly critical. But given the emphasis on streamlining processes, the question has to be asked why so many organisations are still...
SWIFT for Corporates 2020
SWIFT for Corporates 2020

21st September 2011

By Eric Campbellchief technology officerBottomline TechnologiesTen years ago, SWIFT announced the availability of corporate access to its network. However, joining SWIFT was often seen as a challenging project, not for the faint of heart, which required outside expertise. Plus, the process was often disjointed, complex and slow. How much of this...
SWIFT - making it easier to drive e-invoicing adoption
SWIFT - making it easier to drive e-invoicing adoption

13th September 2011

By Marcus Hughes, director of business development, Bottomline TechnologiesCorporate adoption of SWIFT has been a growing trend for many years. As we head into Sibos in Toronto, the focus on SWIFT for corporates has been sharpened due to SWIFT’s new electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) initiative. Whilst there is general agreement on the payments...
Moving from silo matching to global enterprise-wide reconciliation
Moving from silo matching to global enterprise-wide reconciliation

7th September 2011

By Etienne Savatier, associate director, SterciReconciliation has often been viewed merely as matching engines when in fact these financial control systems involve a wider range of functions and serve a higher purpose. An effective reconciliation strategy will lead to the implementation of enterprise-wide reconciliation in order to get a...
Achieving international payments
Achieving international payments

25th February 2011

By Adrian Stafford-Jones, managing director, Albany Software, David Sear, global managing director, Travelex Global Business PaymentsOver the past decade the payments landscape in the UK has changed dramatically. From the speed, efficiency and effectiveness of Bacs payments to the explosive growth of the internet and online communities, companies...
The evolving payments lifecycle
The evolving payments lifecycle

29th July 2010

By Adrian Stafford-Jones, managing director, Albany SoftwareThe cashless society may be rapidly dawning but are UK businesses realising the benefits of electronic payment mechanisms? Organisations now have the chance to rationalise payment methods by removing expensive cheques, CHAPS and credit/debit cards from the mix and consolidating to the...