To learn about the implementation process involved in e-invoicing, we spoke with Ross Mackay, DHL’s Asia Pacific Head of Global Finance Services, winner of the 2014 SSON award for best finance transformation and driving force behind DHL’s e-invoicing journey.
In order to flourish, China’s shared services sector needs to transition from providing low cost services to high value solutions, however this transition will not be easy. It requires modernising the people, processes and technology that underpin the industry in order to perform more complex higher value tasks. To help, this 35 page ebook provides essential market intelligence, strategies and case studies from some of the world’s leading experts in the shared services sector.
In part 3 of this guide we examine the technology implementation strategies China’s shared services must leverage to move up the value chain. This 24 page ebook provides essential advice and case studies covering data analytics, robotic process automation and how to get executive buy-in for your technology implementations. Click the link above to download.
To support China’s emerging shared service centres, Shared Services and Outsourcing Network has created this thought provoking ebook in collaboration with KPMG, compiling the best advice and case studies from our global network of shared services practitioners.
In the face of widespread innovations in technology, automation, and an improved recognition of the value of business intelligence, it's impossible for today’s Finance teams to withstand the onslaught of the change that surrounds them.
China’s shared services sector continues to flourish as cost factors and Government incentives encourage multi-national companies (MNCs) and privately owned ventures (POVs) to set up shop. Download the article to know more about what is the next generation of shared services
Thanks to a winning combination of strong government support and investment, as well as a huge and growing talent pool, China’s shared services industry continues to experience rapid growth. It’s clear from this developing trend that there is now a much greater appetite and capacity for SSCs to successfully include a broader scope and greater number of functions.