Digital supply chains 'could cut costs and boost revenues'

Research has highlighted the potential of supply chain digitisation to reduce costs and increase revenue.

Panama urged to step up AML efforts

Transparency International has said there is more work for Panama to do to fight money laundering and corruption.

Is B2B marketing entering a 'postmodern' phase?

A B2B marketing expert has offered his views on some of the latest trends in the sector.

External focus called for in ICT supply chain security

A focus on external vulnerabilities within ICT supply chains has been called for by Huawei.

Iconic 50s brand Playboy in talks to be sold

Reports that iconic men's magazine brand Playboy is in talks to be sold represents further proof that intangible assets such as the company's bunny logo can help increase the absolute value of companies with fewer tangible assets.

CIPS outlines 'new vision' for procurement and supply profession

CIPS has published Supply Century, which it describes as a new position statement on the procurement and supply profession.

Brexit 'will impact trade credit risk management for UK firms'

A new report has considered the impact that Brexit could have on UK businesses' credit risk management processes.

Five more jurisdictions commit to country-by-country reporting

The OECD has announced the addition of five new jurisdictions to an agreement for the automatic exchange of country-by-country tax reports.

Procurement 'must improve communication and collaboration'

The chief executive of CIPS has encouraged procurement professionals to focus on better communication and collaboration.

Financial strength assessments boosted by new qualitative scores

We've added a new qualitative score to our financial strength module. In this story, we explore what these are, how they radically increase the data at your disposal and how they help in credit risk assessment.

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