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What Is Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)?

What Is Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)?Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) is a coordinated practice within a business to engage with third-party service and product providers to maximize their benefit to the company’s objectives. In an...


Building and Managing Ecommerce Supplier Relationships

Building and Managing Ecommerce Supplier RelationshipsSupplier relationships can either make or break an ecommerce business. That’s no secret. Given the ultra-competitive web presence between a growing list of ecommerce sites, how your suppliers...


Choosing the Payment Method for Each Affiliate

Choosing the Most Optimal Payment Method for Each AffiliateDifferent payment methods work better for different situations. For affiliate payments, especially globally, there is a staggering range of combinations that are optimal for each transaction....


Importance of Communicating Affiliate Payment Status

Importance of Communicating Affiliate Payment StatusFor networks to truly be of service to affiliates and gain their loyalty, they must go beyond achieving a high comScore. According to Tipalti’s “Performance Marketing Network Payment...


Affiliate Payments – Why They Matter

Affiliate Payments Affect Network LoyaltyWhat makes for a successful affiliate network? It’s affiliates, of course! High performing, loyal affiliates with qualified traffic are golden. What matters to the affiliate community – possibly more...


IRS Tax Identification Number (TIN) Validation e-Services Update

IRS Tax Identification Number (TIN) Validation e-Services UpdateOn October 24 the Internal Revenue Service will require a stronger identity verification process for e-services usersIn an effort to protect taxpayer and tax preparer data and reduce...


Accounts Payable Appreciation Week

Accounts Payable Appreciation WeekGiving the Guardians of the Company Their DueAccounts Payable Appreciation Week starts on October 10th. It might be a nice gesture to send flowers, take the team out to...


Not All E-Commerce Is Created Equal

One Kings Lane was the darling of e-commerce. At one point in 2014, the company valuation was nearly $1B, yet it was sold in August 2016 for $30M to Bed, Bath and Beyond. How can a company lose 97% of its value in less time than a toddler learns her...