Coupa Blog

Coupa is a company of talkers, passionate about sharing tips, tricks and advice for improving finance and procurement and saving companies of all sizes time and money. But we’re not the only people with opinions and ideas. We’d love to hear from you so join the conversation!


A star is reborn: Mobile expenses app makeover

  • June 26, 2017
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  • Ethan Laub
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  • Expenses
Five years ago, there was nothing hotter in enterprise software than mobile apps. Every vendor simply had to have one. That’s still true today, but mobile has matured since then, and we’ve learned a lot about design and best practices. That’s why, as we considered new feature requests for…Read blog post

Fintechs offer cross-border B2B payments to support SMEs global ambitions

It used to be that only big companies did business internationally. In the past few years, increasing globalization, reduced trade barriers, the internet, and new business platforms such as eBay and Alibaba have made cross-border trade more accessible and affordable. Now it’s much more common for SMEs to also do…Read blog post

How Fintech is Reinventing B2B Payments

Earlier this year, Coupa announced Coupa Payments powered by Nvoicepay. In this article Nvoicepay CEO Karla Friede explains how fintechs are reinventing B2B payments, and why it has been so long in coming. Accounts payable departments have realized that they need to stop paying suppliers with paper checks and…Read blog post

Operationalizing VaaS starts with ‘why’

  • June 12, 2017
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  • Ravi Thakur
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  • Coupa
SaaS is not just changing the way software is delivered. It’s changing the way vendors and customers work together. Gone are the days of where vendors could charge perpetual licensing fees and lock customers into guaranteed annual maintenance contracts. With SaaS, Customers are essentially renting the software from the vendor,…Read blog post

The missing link for e-invoicing success: The global process owner

E-invoicing sounds simple on the surface of it. You take a paper process and make it electronic. However, the benefits extend far beyond that. Over the past 20 years, we have come to realize that it is not an accounts payable project. It is a procure-to-pay (P2P) project. But, the…Read blog post

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  • Rob Bernshteyn

  • Kira Bernshteyn

  • Nick Chaplin

  • Andy Chiang

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