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Troovo brings robotics-powered payments solutions to enterprises
According to Troovo, globally in 2019, there are 115 billion wholesale payment transactions forecast, and virtual card spending is expected to go beyond $1 trillion by 2022.
How automation can eliminate financial errors
Nearly all C-level respondents agreed that if inaccuracies in financial data were not identified prior to reporting, the impact would be negative.
How AI is reshaping financial services
AI is rapidly changing the way financial services institutions attract and retain their customers.
Workday announces integrated, up-to-date benchmarking service
Businesses using Benchmarking can tap into up-to-date, reliable data that gives an industry-wide view of how they're performing compared to others.
Deloitte automates financial reporting & compliance for AU enterprises
Onesource Statutory Reporting ensures finance teams meet their compliance needs.
Exclusive interview: Workday’s aggressive APAC expansion and dipping into PaaS waters
Techday caught up with Workday APAC president David Hope to talk about what the cloud-based HCM provider is up to.
Australia - world leaders in FinTech adoption, ahead of U.S & Hong Kong
“Fintech is no longer just an industry with future potential - it is now an industry which is delivering great on-the-ground outcomes."
Harnessing a AWS hybrid cloud architecture in the digital payments ecosystem
some organisations are hesitant to put 100% of their applications in the cloud, either for security reasons or because few digital payments applicatio
Singapore's DBS Bank complements data centers with AWS Cloud
Singapore's DBS Bank will be leveraging Amazon Web Services (AWS) to power its cloud technology, alongside its traditional use of data centers.
BlackLine seeks local partners for finance offerings
Financial controls and automation provider BlackLine is on the hunt for local partners on the back of ‘surging demand' for its offerings.
Regular audits are a business necessity
Businesses need to complete objective, real-time audits in order to catch expense irregularities before they become more serious issues.
IDC lifts the lid on the admin software and services market
Core replacement cycles are brewing and global insurers will spend US$8.2 billion on software and IT services for policy administration in 2015.
Xero cloud platform surpasses 400,000 customers
The small business cloud market is still in its infancy; of the addressable market of hundreds of millions of small businesses, only a small percentag