I love bookshops.
It’s probably showing my age but when I was in school, I loved going to bookshops, browsing through shelves of books, reading summaries on the covers, looking at the number of pages, and the anticipation of finding a great story.
There was something about the smell of freshly printed books that just can’t be replicated with digital or audio versions.
Even today if I have time before a flight, I will head for the book section in an airport shop, although I have very little time available to read these days.
With such a positive introduction about books, it might come as a major surprise that I hate paper. Continue reading I Hate Paper! 5 Reasons Why You Should Too
Last time, I wrote about supplier substituting products, so that what you ordered is not what was delivered or invoiced.
I also outlined three implications this may have for your business.
One of them, financial leakage, is worthy of further exploration. Continue reading Is There Financial Leakage in Your Business?
In a recent podcast I was listening to, one of the presenters was challenged to a blind taste test to see if he could correctly distinguish between Coke and Pepsi.
This reminded me of a visit to a restaurant in New York City. I don’t remember the food, but I do remember when placing our order that the server asked what drinks we would like.
Without looking at the drinks available, I ordered a coke. A few minutes later our drinks arrived but when I tasted mine, I realized that it was Pepsi and not Coke. The server had not mentioned that they didn’t serve Coke and had just given me Pepsi, probably assuming I wouldn’t notice the difference.
At OnePosting, we see something similar occurring to clients that use our supplier invoice automation software platform to perform three-way invoice matching. Continue reading Coke or Pepsi?