As of 14th September 2019, a series of new EU-issued security measures related to card payments, the so called SCA (Strong Customer Authentication), was planned to have become effective. However, the effectuation has been postponed, which I will touch upon in a minute. It’s still a good idea though, to familiarize yourself with the rules, as they will become effective at some point later.
Throughout my 22 years of work with digitization of business processes with Acubiz, my mantra has always been: “change is the only constant”. In my opinion, it’s a major mistake if you, as a business leader, don’t actively respond to the changes that potentially can affect your surroundings and belittle the potential impact of technology.
What kind of discipline is “expense management” actually? Well, the term refers to the process of handling and controlling employee-initiated business expenses.
When you invest and implement new software and applications for your business, you’re probably also working through the classic consideration between these two different strategies:
I always use to say: if you want maximal value from your investment in applications, you need to connect them to your other tools and systems where it is relevant.
As CFO, Head of Finance, Accounting Manager or something similar, you possess an important role related to the development of your organizations business strategy.
The summer holidays are closing in and many managers and approvers ask themselves “how do I approve my employees’ expenses while I’m on holiday?”.
Besides benefiting the company, an Expense Management solution has great importance and advantages for the company’s employees. Different employee groups experience different benefits. This articles focus is the daily users of an Expense Management solution.
IT security, GDPR and data protection. It’s all words that is in frequent rotation across both the media and business landscape. But what is it? And how do you, as an organization, ensure that your approach to GDPR, as an example, is turned into a competitive advantage instead of a risk factor?
Terms like “digital transformation” and “robotics” can seem somewhat overwhelming and it can be hard to navigate the opportunities and figure out where to begin and end. That’s why I will give you a little guidance into an area, where you, with advantage, can start out.