In B2b, where digitalization has advanced to the sound of the regulatory drum, it is now evident that investments in integration and collaboration are no longer just the domain of the big players, but they are increasingly common for smaller, less structured companies too. This time not only is their competitive edge at stake, but their very survival. Providing interpretative models, data and insights, this report aims to help Italian companies to understand how regulatory obligations can become opportunities for growth and how the use of eSupply Chain tools, and tools for analysing data can become great allies in emergency situations, and a driving force for competitiveness.
• What is the state of the art in the market for solutions to digitalise internal processes and exchanges with channel partners, and what are the future developments?
• How much is eCommerce B2b worth in Italy and which technology adoption trends are supporting this?
• To what extent is data used to support business decisions? Is the data used company-wide, or confined to the individual departments?
• How are the figures for electronic invoicing looking in the first year of becoming mandatory?
• What are the figures from the first two months of mandatory eOrders in the healthcare sector?
• How is the shift to mandatory electronic B2g and B2b invoicing progressing in Europe?
Solutions for digitalizing B2b processes: analysis of the supply market
Solutions for digitalizing B2b processes: analysis of the demand market
Leveraging data in companies
Document exchange in Italy and current regulations