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Stories that mention John Delaney

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Three things to avoid when implementing eInvoicing
Mon, 14th Jun 2021
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fintech
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messagexchange
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einvoicing
Removing paper from invoicing processes is a crucial step to reach true efficiencies, writes MessageXchange managing director and co-founder John Delaney.
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Overcoming the barriers to EDI adoption for better return on investment
Wed, 21st Apr 2021
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inventory management systems
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messagexchange
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supply chain & logistics
In this uncertain market, businesses need to ensure they make strategic decisions and that adoption processes are outlined with clear expectations to overcome barriers.
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Using electronic data interchange to maximise business revenue in peak seasons
Wed, 24th Mar 2021
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partner programmes
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retailers
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channel partners
Electronic data interchange (EDI) can provide a solution to the challenges presented during peak shopping seasons.
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How eInvoicing works and why it’s essential for business survival
Wed, 3rd Mar 2021
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martech
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commerce systems
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payment gateways
The reasons for implementing eInvoicing centre on unlocking many benefits for all stakeholders by automating previously manual processes, writes MessageXchange managing director John Delaney.
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How to maximise business success with a digital supply chain post-COVID-19
Mon, 25th Jan 2021
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big data
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bi
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data analytics
Electronic data interchange (EDI) can play a significant role in retailers’ emergence from COVID-19 and their ability to compete effectively in the future.
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Bringing APIs and EDI together for streamlined business communication
Wed, 11th Nov 2020
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erp
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messagexchange
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api
Application programming interfaces (APIs) are vying with electronic data interchange (EDI) for supremacy, especially in industries where businesses exchange high volumes of information, writes MessageXchange managing director John Delaney.
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Microsoft focuses smartphones on the enterprise - better late than never
Thu, 26th May 2016
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microsoft
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smartphones
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technology gifts
Microsoft recently announced a further scaling back of the mobile phone manufacturing business that it acquired from Nokia in 2013.
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