New research from Klarna reveals the damage ‘always on’ sales are doing to retailers’ profits.
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26th April 2018
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In this issue of the PaymentEye e-newsletter, Klarna reveal the damage caused to profits by ‘always-on’ sales and tell you why an experience-led shopping experience is the future of retail.

Elsewhere, Paul Christensen, CEO, Previse, explains how artificial intelligence is enabling instant payments for suppliers, and Victoria Beckett reports on the latest revolutions in procurement from SAP Ariba Live Amsterdam 2018.

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New research from Klarna reveals the damage ‘always on’ sales are doing to retailers’ profits.

Stop the repetitive sales culture and embrace experience-led shopping
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PaymentEye spoke to Paul Christensen, CEO, Previse, on how AI is bringing supply chain payment solutions into the future.

Artificial intelligence enables instant payments to suppliers
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Procurement and supply chains can impact the world, whether it is climate change or human right, keynote speakers said at SAP Ariba Live.

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Talent management is a roadblock for 30% of procurement professionals but 63% don’t have a talent management strategy to address it, SAP Ariba’s 2018 Chief Procurement Officer survey found.

Procurement grapples with tech and talent gap: SAP Ariba Live - Day 2
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