Innovations in Supply Chain Finance: Learnings from the EPCA summit in Rome
On the 18th of April I organised an expert session during the 11th EPCA summit in Rome. The conference was held in the Palazzo Altieri, a beautiful place with a rich history in the heart of Rome. The topic of that session was “Supply Chain Finance: unlocking the SME”. Speakers contributing to the program were Liliana Fratini Passi (CBI), Reinier Weerman (Flinqer) and Lars Rolf Jacobsen (Tradeshift). This is what I learned:> Read more
Product Development in two-sided markets
Normally at Innopay we write blog articles about topics we are specialised in. Topics like e-payments, e-identity, mobile payments, SEPA and e-invoicing. But we rarely talk about what exactly it is that we do in these areas and how we do it.> Read more
The changing dynamics of e-invoicing: from market force to enticed adoption
The rules for e-invoicing are changing. The market seems to prepare for real mass adoption of e-invoicing across segments and business types as the rules of the game are fundamentally changing: e-invoicing adoption will no longer be driven by the market power of big buyers, but by enticing propositions for SMEs.> Read more
Could e-invoicing solve the problems around the SEPA Direct Debit?
The SEPA Direct Debit (SDD) remains the EPC’s problem child. Both banks and end-users (business and consumer bodies) expressed their reservations, or even worse, object to the existing SDD design.> Read more