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Coupa acquires BELLIN, targeting treasury management (Part 2: TMS Market, Competitors and TAM / Market-Sizing Considerations) – Spend Matters
Posted: June 24, 2020 at 6:56 am
Last week, Coupa made the surprise move to push its business spend management suite into an adjacent space that no other source-to-pay, procure-to-pay or AP automation solution vendor has gone before: the world of treasury and specifically, treasury management systems (TMS).
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By acquiring BELLIN to compete in the TMS world, Coupa will ostensibly fortify its position in being able to sell to CFOs as much as CPOs with a broader value proposition (including broader-based payment capabilities than all of its procurement/AP/spend peers can support, at least without a TMS partnership and development of new combined process flows).
But beyond the expanded CFO value proposition and B2B payment intersections, theres quite a bit beneath the surface with a TMS that could create additional value propositions linked with transactional procurement, supplier management, risk management, invoicing and payment capabilities.
This Spend Matters Nexus brief provides a quick overview of treasury management system market dynamics, including buyer trends and requirements.
It also offers insight into the competitive positioning of some of Coupas key competitors in this new market segment, including CGI, FIS (Integrity and Quantum), Ion (City Financials, IT2, ITS, Openlink, Reval, Treasura, Wallstreet Suite), Kyriba, GTtreasury (GTreasury/Visual Risk), Oracle and SAP.
Lastly, the brief shares TAM estimates (total addressable market) for the treasury management and B2B payments market.
The final installment of this three-part Nexus series will examine potential competitive landscape implications for Coupas competitors in S2P and P2P, including SAP Ariba, Oracle, Basware, GEP, Jaggaer and Ivalua.
We also will explore the converse: Will treasury management systems providers push into the procurement and spend applications world?
Jason Busch is Managing Partner of Azul Partners Investor Advisory Group. He works with sponsors, CEOs and boards on data-driven due diligence, M&A and strategy. Jason is also the lead author of Spend Matters Nexus, a private newsletter and subscription service. Disclosure: Azul Partners provided due diligence services to Coupa as part of this transaction.
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Asset-based digital freight broker Archerhub today announced the availability of the ALVUS Carrier TMS, designed to help its network of carriers automate time-consuming back-office operations and focus on the growth of their businesses.
ALVUS (Archerhub Logistics Value Utilization Solution) features AI-enabled technology designed to automate back-office accounting and management operations, streamlining the manual processes that take away from business development and growth activities. In addition, ALVUS cloud-based collaborative dispatch management platform is designed to bring main stakeholders together and collectively execute the best dispatch option possible regardless of office and truck location.
Small and midsize carriers want to make the best operational decisions but often lack the proper tools to compete with mega-carriers, said Nick Darmanchev, founder and CEO of Archerhub. We get itas a fleet owner myself, I am keenly aware of the challenges that owner operators face in getting bogged down with admin and process. ALVUS was developed specifically to help streamline those processes.
For example, ALVUS can automatically issue permission for trusted drivers to issue their own comchecks or EFS checks for a lumper via the drivers mobile application. When the driver issues a comcheck, the right journal entry is registered on the accounting ledger which releases the accountant from entering a manual journal entry, all while freeing the dispatcher from engaging with the driver about the lumper.
With ALVUS TMS, carriers can book loads, upload the bill of lading and proof of delivery, issue comchecks that auto-populate to the balance sheet and create pay stubs automatically, continued Darmanchev. Automating these processes will help carriers free up dispatchers to work smarter and faster.
ALVUS TMS features:
Automated Billing: Carriers no longer need to spend hours to match BOLs and PODs to loads. The driver executes via the mobile application at the load level and when completed and accounting-approved, an invoice is sent to the customer with all the necessary paperwork attached.
Centralized Database:One centralized platform to manage all trucks, drivers, and loads while streamlining accounting and invoicing processes at the entity level.
Simplified Payments:Finance and accounting features that automate pay stubs and billing to make sure drivers get paid the right amount, every time. Every time dispatchers enter a customer, it is instantly recorded with the accounting platform of choice. When an advance to a driver is issued, it will automatically deduct from the drivers pay.
Automated Truck Postings:ALVUS integrates with DAT and truckstop.com, eliminating the need to manually post and refresh postings every time trucks are empty. For example, when a load is scheduled to be delivered in three days, ALVUS will post the available capacity three days in advance in order to secure the best load opportunity.Learn more about ALVUS TMS HERE.
Archerhubs digital marketplace for truckload freight connects shippers and carriers through Archerhubs mobile app or online platform, providing instant quotes, full transparency, real time visibility, and automated customized reports.
Axele TMS allows small, midsize FTL carriers to improve load planning and communications, increase profit – The Trucker
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DALLAS Global optimization intelligence company Optymhas launched a new transportation management software (TMS) designed specifically for small and midsize truckload carriers that operate five to 50 trucks.
Axeleoffers predictive analytics that automate many of a trucking firms core functions including load planning, matching drivers to loads and customer communications to increase revenues and profitability. The software includes a mobile app for drivers that improves communications between headquarters, drivers and customers.
Optym, which has developed optimization solutions for some of the worlds largest and most respected airlines and trucking companies, leveraged its experience and proprietary algorithms to bring an unprecedented level of technology, innovation and optimization to the full truckload industry through Axele.
Small and midsized firms dont have the staff or the budget for costly TMS solutions that arealso difficult to install and maintain, but they have a real need for intelligent solutions that will help them operate more efficiently and make better, more profitable decisions that are based on data, said Vic Keller, CEO of Optym. We took the best of what Optym does for airlines and large trucking companies and created software that is effective, affordable and almost effortless to implement.
The company states that Axeleis affordable, installs in a single day and can be easily used by dispatchers and drivers. In addition, Optym offers a 30-day free trial that allows carriers to test-drive features normally reserved for premium service subscribers. After 30 days, users can continue to use the free standard version of Axele or opt for the professional version, which provides access to the full set of features and functionalities.
In the trucking business, its really easy to lose money if you dont have the right TMS to manage your business, said John Ganiev,owner of Dream Transportation LLC in Allentown, Pennsylvania.I can open up Axele and figure out exactly what is going on in my business by just looking at the dashboard. Axele allows load creation with just two clicks. We also find it very useful regarding compliance. We can make accurate decisions satisfying FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration) rules and drivers preferences.
Axele allows dispatchers at smaller FTL carriers to be more efficient and profitable because they can automatically search load boards, such as DAT and TruckStop, to find the most profitable loads that make sense for their company, shippers and drivers. Carriers can also easily connect to electronic logging devices (ELDs), market rates, maps and their internal accounting systems, among other databases. In addition, Axele can help improve driver retention and job satisfaction by finding optimal loads for drivers based on their locations, preferences, deadhead travel and hours of service.
Keeping drivers happy and ensuring a high level of customer satisfaction are very important to carriers, Keller said.Axele allows carriers to improve both, giving all the parties involved dispatchers, drivers and customers better communications and greater visibility into the processes and the ability to trace their loads.
Carriers can communicate seamlessly to drivers via the mobile app on assigned loads as well as invoicing and driver settlements. Axele also provides carriers the ability to communicate with their customers in real time about a loads location and estimated time of arrival, as well as by sharing when and where a truck will be available.
All information is displayed on a live dispatch board, allowing carriers to track and manage all their assets, including drivers, tractors, trailers and loads, in real time. The portal also allows for the monitoring of drivers schedules and notifies planners and dispatchers of driver availability and location.
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IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON Talent Management Systems (TMS) RESEARCH, GROWTH TRENDS AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS 2020-2026 – Jewish Life News
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Extensive market research of the global Talent Management Systems (TMS) market has been carried out to compile the market report of the Talent Management Systems (TMS) market. Various key manufacturers that market different products/services are identified and the market share occupied by each in the global market is mentioned. The overview of the global market in relation to other markets and the revenue that can be earned from each is also included in the report. Popular trends that can affect the market growth are identified for the base period from the year 2020 to the year 2026. The scope of growth of the market in relation to the products/services being offered is identified and presented in the report. The data that is collected is comprehensively analyzed and the results are used to predict the market growth rate for the forecast period from the year 2020 to the year 2026.
The final report will add the analysis of the Impact of Covid-19 on Talent Management Systems (TMS) Market.
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The global Talent Management Systems (TMS) market is dependant on different factors that can either boost the market growth or cause it to decline. The report identifies the different factors and categorizes them based on the effect that they can have on the Talent Management Systems (TMS) market. The factors that can play a role in the market may either new technologies that increase the production rate or the use of different materials that reduce the manufacturing cost. The factors do not remain constant and can vary from region to region based on the products and services that are offered. The factors and their effects are presented in the report for both the base period and the forecast period.
The global Talent Management Systems (TMS) market is divided into smaller market regions that enables easy collection of data as well as ensuring the accuracy of the data collected. This data is divided according to the regions that it was collected from. The different regions mentioned in the report are Asia-PAcific, North America, the Middle East, Europe, Africa, and South America. This data is then subjected to an analysis to identify the market growth from the year 2020 to the year 2026 for the base period. An analysis of the collected data reveals the market share that the different regions are predicted to occupy during the forecast period from the year 2020 to the year 2026.
The data collected from the different sources is analyzed to identify the various parameters and factors that are responsible for the Talent Management Systems (TMS) market. This data is categorized according to the different regions and major companies that operate in the market. An analysis according to the Porters Five Forces Model is carried out with the results published in the report. The five forces that comprise the Five Forces Model are the threat of substitute products or services, the threat faced from established rivals, the bargaining power of suppliers, the bargaining power of customers and the threat faced from new entrants in the market. The data presented in the report is from the year 2020 to the year 2026 for the base period.
The global Talent Management Systems (TMS) market is dominated by a few companies that occupy a large percentage of the global market share. These companies are identified and profiled. Strategic developments that play a role in increasing the market share of the different companies discussed in the report are also presented. The product specifications and the revenue earned from the sale of each product is mentioned in the report. The market share for the different companies is presented from the year 2020 to the year 2026 for the base period while the data for the forecast period from the year 2020 to the year 2026 is predicted.
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Addressing the potential impact of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on TMS Neuronavigation Systems Market: Industry Size, Trends and Analysis – Jewish…
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TMS Neuronavigation Systems Market report provide the COVID19 Outbreak Impact analysis of key factors influencing the growth of the market Size (Production, Value and Consumption). This TMS Neuronavigation Systems industry splits the breakdown (data status 2014-2020 and Six years forecast 2020-2026), by manufacturers, region, type and application. This study also analyses the TMS Neuronavigation Systems market Status, Market Share, Growth Rate, Future Trends, Market Drivers, Opportunities and Challenges, Risks and Entry Barriers, Sales Channels, Distributors and Porters Five Forces Analysis.
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Toll Management System(TMS) Market Overview, Environmental Analysis and Forecas – News by aeresearch
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Interview: Steve Guttenberg on Into the Dark’s Good Boy, Home for the Holidays, and His Craft – The Mary Sue
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Growing up with older brothers meant that I was personally subjected to a lot of movies from the 70s and 80s to fall in love with. In many of those films was Steve Guttenberg. I would eventually find my own Guttenberg comfort movie in Home for the Holidays, but the point is that Steve Guttenberg has a legacy that is impactful, fun, and leaves many of his fans with different movies to talk about.
ThePolice AcademyandShort Circuitstar talked with me about his upcoming project: Good Boy, an entry in Hulus Into the Dark anthology series of feature-length horror stories. In this installment, Guttenberg plays an editor for a local paper that is going digita,l and the excitement for it came from Jason Blum asking and working with Judy Greer!
The Mary Sue: I really enjoyed Good Boy because I thought it was a fun take on the series. I enjoyed that it was a bit more fun, and I really liked your character, as a writer myself. So, I wanted to know what kind of drew you into the Into the Darkseries in the first place and, in particular, this character?
Steve Guttenberg:Well, Jason Blums office called us and asked if I was interested in doing one of his episodes, and I read it and I thought that Aaron and Will Eisenberg did a good job making a derivative idea into something different. And I liked Tragedy GirlsandPatchworkfrom Tyler MacIntyre, and I was really excited about working with a talented actress like Judy Greer, so I accepted the part.
TMS: And yeah, youve been having a really fun kind of (well I guess with my family) resurgence, but we watch Holey Moley, so I also love that this movie, in particular, is more of like a character that is new and refreshing versus the exaggeration of yourself that youre playing on Holey Moley as the diving judge, and so, is that fun to kind of have this new wave of fans recognize your work?
Guttenberg: You know I dont notice any of that. You know, my job is to be creative every day. So I take classes every day: dance, theatre, movement, stage fighting whether its a mask class, singing, or dancing and so my day, since I was twelve years old, has been being creative ten hours a day. An actor can only do what hes offered, and I just look at it as doing my work.
With Holey Moley,I wanted to create an angry character. Im not playing myself at all. Im playing this sort of pompous actor who has a real anger in him for this diver, Joey, which is ridiculous and thats what makes it funny, and then to play Don, which is a supporting role the idea of a supporting role is to make the lead look good. Thats your only job. If you make the lead look good, then youve done a good job being a supporting character. If youre going to play Polonius, you have to make everybody else look goodsame thing with playing Guildenstern. You have to make Hamlet look good. So, my job was to make Judy look good.
TMS: And you do a great job with it.
Guttenberg: Thank you I appreciate it.
TMS: I love both your movies and Judy Greers, so this movie is very exciting, so do you hope that this I feel like the Into the Darkseries has a younger audience who likes horror movies and the series is just a condensed version, do you hope that it kind of brings younger audiences into your older work that they might not have seen yet?
Steve Guttenberg:No, not really. My job is to be the best actor that I can, and its show business. Im part of the show. My job is to act, sing, dance, move, and create a character or characters that support the piece, that serves the play. I have no control over the business, and so I dont pay much attention to it. And I dont pay much attention to the fans because theyre a capricious group. One day they like you, one day they dont. Im sure youve seen it in your writing. Someone might love you and then move on to another writer, so I dont pay much attention to the fans. I think theyre people just like me.
TMS: Thats really interesting because I ask that question a lot and normally theyre like I hope it does this and this maybe thats why because like, I was tweeting about getting to talk to you today and was saying how I have to find some way of bringing up Home for the Holidaybecause thats my favorite comfort movie and I think now that maybe thats why your movies feel that way to people? Because its not so much a I love every single thing Steve Guttenberg has ever done but its, instead, that every character you bring to life has this earnest nature to them.
Guttenberg: Well, I want to bring the truth into everything I do, and thats why we admire actors, because theyre truthful. And that degree of actors are truthful and through that earnestness, I believe that I serve the play and lots of good things can come from that. Its all about creating a part of the painting that the director and producer envisioned. And if you can make it better, then thats great, but I dont focus at all on the result. I dont read reviews. Im just doing my job, and I do my job the best I can.
TMS: Do you think thats something thats important for a lot of creatives to remember now? Because so much of everything is online and what people think and what people are saying instead of just honoring the art and putting your whole self into something rather than worrying about what people are going to say about it?
Guttenberg: Yeah, nothing is stronger than an idea whose time has come. And before its time has come, everybody is against it. If you notice, three years ago Colin Kaepernick went on one knee and was basically fired for it. And now the NFL is walking that back and saying, Maybe we made a mistake. The same as with all the other companies. So, its about when an ideas time has come. So, if you believe in your art, or your cause, considering what other people think is ridiculous. You have to notice the world you live in, but it doesnt matter what anybody thinks because they spend about two seconds on what youre doing and then they move on, but youre spending a lifetime on your cause.
TMS: Thats fascinating because, like you said, its one moment and then its gone, and so much of peoples outrage or commentary on art and movies is for a moment, and then it passes, but its the movies that certain people cling to that have this power. And with actors like yourself, its really fascinating to me because, like I said earlier, you have so many movies that have that resonance and so much of it is because of your approach to acting and your telling of these stories.
Guttenberg: Yeah, you know, of course, you have to be lucky enough to have paints that are beautiful and a canvas that is beautiful and something to paint that is beautiful, and I think that the artist has a signature and thats what creates an icon. Its the expectation and fulfillment of what that artist brings.
TMS: As kind of a final thought (Im very excited for people to watch this), what do you hope to do next when everything calms down and what stories do you want to bring your truth to in the future?
Guttenberg: Oh, I dont know. I really dont know. Im writing a play right now for New York, and hopefully, that gets done. But creatively, I just do the same thing every day. Serve my family and my friends, I take classes and improve my art and my instrument, and enjoy a great quality of life.
Good Boy is out now, and if you like comedy, this is a fun foray into the comedic horror genre with great performances and a fun twisting narrative that keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout the entire thing! Definitely check it out, and I, personally, cant wait for more Guttenberg on Holey Moleyor to see that play hes working on!
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It's a non-invasive, non-medication depression treatment for patients have not found relief from antidepressant drugs. Jonathan Horey , MD, Chief Medical Officer for Active Recovery TMS, joined us to share why transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) therapy is an attractive option for those seeking alternative answers to the question of how to fight depression.
Cleared by the FDA, TMS is a process in which magnets are used to stimulate a specific area of the brain associated with controlling mood, promoting brain cell activity in the area. After repeated treatments, this stimulation can result in a decrease in depressive symptoms. Among Active Recovery TMS patients, more than 79% experienced a significant improvement in symptoms, and over one-third achieved control of their depression, becoming free from symptoms.
TMS is covered by most commercial insurance carries in addition to the Oregon Health Plan and the Veteran's Administration's Tri-Care/Tri-West. Active Recovery TMS is the only TMS clinic in the area to accept Medicare.
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On Wednesday, May 20, Trinidad Middle School hosted a virtual Honors Award Ceremony with a large number of staff and student leaders tuning in via Zoom to announce awardees, who were also present virtually. The ceremony officially brought to a close the 2019-2020 school year.
TMS Principle Deana Pachelli and Assistant Principle Michael Guadagnoli began the ceremony from inside the gym where a camera and microphone were connected and several staff members gathered, all wearing facemasks.
GPA 3.5 or higher cumulative grades awardees
Jeannie Ackerman, TMS teacher, presented awards for sixth, seventh, and eighth graders with a three and a half or higher cumulative grade point average.
Let it be known that Trinidad Middle School students did not give up on education just because of COVID-19, said Ackerman
Sixth graders acknowledged were Andreas Bowman, Jacob Bowman, Linda Diaz, Anjalina Gandarilla, Xavier Garcia, Edward Gonzales, Lillian Gonzales, Harlem Kulcyk, Arianna Lynn, Isaiah Menchaca, Jasmine Ross, Serenity Samora, Anthony Sandoval, Brianna Sandoval, Leila Sedillo, Itzel Silva, Maliya Torres, and Yurem Zamora-Munoz.
Seventh graders acknowledged included Laura Adeyelu, Jesse Apodaca, Aaliyah Berry, Antolin Gandarilla, Easton Jack, Izabella Jackson, Azucena Martinez, Evanne Montez, Andres Romero, Nathan Sandoval, Alyce Sisneros, Nevaeha Trujillo, Summer Ward and Xander Wilson.
Lastly, eighth graders acknowledged were Zoee Cappellucci, Alyssa Cordova, Gabrielle Gonzales, Kayla Gonzales, Alexia Hall, Anna Holder, Corey Hosseinzadeh, Joseph Martinez, McKayla McDonald, Nevaeh Padilla, Isabell Smith, Ethan Taylor, Elijah Torres, Monserrad Viera-Flores, Cydney Vigil and Kylie Wilson.
Additionally, several TMS students were acknowledged for straight As for the first three quarters, maintaining a 90 or above. In sixth grade, these students were Harlem Kulcyk, Arianna Lynn, Anthony Sandoval and for eighth grade was Kylie Wilson.
Third quarter perfect attendance
TMS teacher, Leanna Dunn read the names of the TMS students who had perfect attendance throughout the third quarter. She explained they had started an attendance challenge but complications with the coronavirus made the original end date unobtainable.
We started on February 3 and was supposed to go through April 16, said Dunn, but we were interrupted. We still want to give out awards today.
Students with perfect third quarter attendance included Serenity Bowman, Cristian Carpio Estrada, Roman Chavira, Alyssa Cordova, Lillian Gonzales, Dakota Hicks, Marlen Mayen Hilario, McKayla McDonald, Madison Otten, Vanessa Port, Camrin Rino, Jasmine Ross, Serenity Samora, Elijah Torres and Maliya Torres.
Since the students were unable to do a pizza party and movie like they had planned, Dun said they would all receive a $10 gift card for McDonalds and were put in a drawing for a Tablet with a keyboard and a hover board.
Elijah Torres was the drawing winner for the tablet and keyboard and Jasmine Ross won the hover board after her name was drawn following Torres.
Trinidad Rotary Club Kindness Award
This year, TMS introduced a new honors award, Trinidad Rotary Club Kindness Award. For 2020, 10 individuals were acknowledged originally as candidates. With COVID-19 complications and how well the students responded, TMS decided unanimously to honor all 10 candidates as recipients of the award for 2020.
These students were sixth graders Serenity Samora, Alayna Nye, Jaidyn Trujillo; seventh graders Andres Romero, Xander Wilson, Matthew Trujillo; and eighth graders McKayla McDonald, Lance Payne, Nicholas Chavez and Kylie Wilson.
Numerous other teachers from science, to sports, to music presented honors and acknowledgement for their students during the ceremony, each either from their homes or from the gym.
Deana Pachelli wrapped up the event thanking staff, students, and parents for pushing through the difficulties to finish out the very unique school year.
We couldnt have done all this without the parents, and students, and the staffs cooperation, said Pachelli. It definitely was a sprint to get to the finish line and everybody stepped up to make that happen. I just want to say thank you parents. This staff believes in your kids and they are so appreciative of you supporting us through this most difficult time. We miss you terribly and we love you.
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Secretary General & CEOBIMCO
Angus Frew has served as Secretary General & CEO of BIMCO since 2013. BIMCO is the worlds largest international shipping association established in 1905 with 1,900 members in over 120 countries.
Angus was a non-executive director of Global Ship Lease Inc, a containership owning company publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange. He was appointed in 2008 and resigned in 2018 on the completion of its merger with Poseidon Containers.
Angus served as the CEO of the UK Chamber of Shipping from 2009 to 2013. The UK Chamber was established in 1878 and is the trade association for the UK shipping industry working with Government and international organisations to champion and protect the industry on behalf of its members. He designed and delivered a strategy that stabilised the finances and rejuvenated the association.
Angus served from 2003 to 2008 as President & CEO of GE SeaCo, a joint venture between General Electric and Sea Containers Ltd, and a leading international lessor of marine containers to shipping lines. Angus was the chairman of the Institute of International Container Lessors in 2004.
Prior to joining GE SeaCo in 2002, Angus held senior management positions in the international wine and spirits industry including six years in Tokyo, Japan and two years in Prague, Czech Republic.
Angus is a chemistry graduate of the University of Durham and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1983.
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