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Day: August 9, 2007

Google # 2 – Analytics: Most used keywords

Here are the most popular keywords used by visitors to my blog from 21/01/07 to 06/08/07. EIPP 352 OB10 267 SAP 141 American Express 129 e-invoicing 124 Ariba 103 Causeway 67 Oracle 66 Harbor 65 Abbey 60 Bottomline 49 Xign 48 Burns 48 JP Morgan 41 Accountis 30 Basware 19 Transcepta 16 Deskom 13 Albany 15 Tradex 11 Version One 6 Esker 5 Do let me know if anyone would like to see a full report for any of above keywords. References: Google #1 – Key word rankings Technorati Tags: eipp, e-invoicing

Blogger conversation on EIPP #1 – Jason Busch rocks

I have been ranting about EIPP for 16 months now. Perhaps worth listening to few other folks about what they have to say about my favourite subject: Michael Lamoureux of Sourcing Innovation Ariba + Orbian = ? Increase Competitiveness using Supply Chain Finance The Importance of Supply Chain Finance Technology The Supply Chain Finance Movement Supply Chain Finance David Bush of e-Sourcing Forum Update: eSourcingWiki Forrester study on spend management Spend Management Decade – Chapter II Jason Busch of Spend Matters Kennametal and Amex = Payables Success LIVE Dispatch: Forrester’s Andy Bartels Takes the Stage LIVE Dispatch: Ariba and Orbian…

James Governor # 1 – Learning from a Pro

I have been looking for an opportunity to use these three pictures I took of James when we both attended SAP Sapphire 07 in Vienna in May 07. James is a cool chap well respected in the software industry for his no-nonsense vendor analysis. So, why am I talking about James now? I am in the process of re-launching ebdex, capturing everything I am doing and planning to do over the next couple of years with the exception of edocr (and other startups I might incorporate), which is clearly a separate business and legal entity. I plan to model ebdex…