Digitalization insufficient: Over half of European companies rate themselves poorly. This is shown by the EOS survey “European Payment Practices” 2019. Where are the weaknesses?
In matters of data security there’s still work to do. An EOS survey shows that top decision-makers in European firms see cyber security as a trending issue.
In online retail, even just a handful of data is enough to yield a valid credit score. A research paper by the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management shows how informative our digital footprint can be.
The EOS survey “European Payment Practices” 2019 shows that only 28 percent of European companies offer digital payment. Will the EU Directive PSD2 create momentum in the market?
Artificial intelligence (AI) will not do away with a lot of jobs but make them more interesting by taking over routine tasks. The key to success: clean databases.
Payment practices in Europe have never been as good as they are today. But for how much longer? The EOS survey “European Payment Practices” 2019 shows how nervous companies are.
No phone call can replace a personal conversation – that’s why Karel Smerak’s day often starts at the airport. We accompanied the specialist for debt purchases in Eastern Europe for a week.
The Generation Y and the clichés about their handling of money. For what do millennials spend money wisely and where do they waste it.
Many European firms can't invest in digitisation because of late payments, the Survey 'European Payment Practices' shows.
To meet rising data protection requirements, EOS' Chief Compliance Officer Kirsten Pedd is rolling out a global data privacy strategy.