Business spend management software house Coupa already handles almost one billion API calls per month. The company has now evolved its open platform with an app marketplace making it easier for users, partners, and independent B2B app developers to handle how organisations spend money and who they spend it with.
While the world scrambled to be GDPR-compliant it appears companies are barely striving to do the minimum when it comes to modern slavery laws and disclosure. The legislation might be considered the GDPR of the supply chain but is becoming little more than a box-ticking exercise by big Australian corporates.
Procurement and supply chain management solution provider Coupa says the Budget’s Office of Supply Chain Resilience announcement falls short, and that it “needs teeth and details on application of advanced tech.”
MEGA UPDATED: More than FIFTY top IT companies in Australia have provided IT industry commentary on Australia’s 2021 Federal Budget, focusing on the digital economy, cyber security, business and more.
The Salvation Army Australia has deployed technology from global software and spend management company Coupa to help manage its resources cost-effectively and for greater effect in undertaking its humanitarian work.
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