Showing posts from October 17, 2020

Booking to cash process

  Booking to cash process This process begins when the system gets a request from a consumer. Customers can place orders online directly on your website or by email from your sales staff. Either way, automating your order management can help you move orders quickly from order entry to cash receipt. Order fulfillment and delivery follow next in the cycle (Ahmed et al ., 2017). This stage of the cycle mostly pertains to firms that deal with physical items, where inventory staff should be informed with the correct information of the order to proceed with fulfillment and delivery. When it comes to digital services or Software as a Service (SaaS), this might entail allowing access to the ordered product or service. In this case, study how the booking to cash process is occurring in the photography company Fotof Fotof's booking to cash or Order to cash provides services in the areas of family photography, personal event photography (such as weddings and parties), and commercial pho

Families who lost elderly loved ones to COVID-19 plan mock funeral for Governor Andrew Cuomo's 'leadership and integrity' in front of virus-hit nursing home

Relatives who lost loved ones infected with COVID-19 in New York State nursing homes plan to stage a mock funeral on Sunday to mark the death of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s ‘leadership and integrity.’ The demonstration is aimed at ratcheting up public pressure on Cuomo, the largely popular New York governor whose controversial order requiring nursing homes to take back COVID-19 patients from hospitals is believed to have led to the deaths of thousands. The bereaved families will hold the demonstration Sunday at noon outside the Cobble Hill Health Center in northwestern Brooklyn. At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the nursing home in Cobble Hill is believed to have reported the highest number of deaths of any old-age facility in the state - 56. Daniel Arbeeny, 57, is helping organize a mock funeral for Governor Andrew Cuomo's 'leadership and integrity' on Sunday in front of a Brooklyn nursing home where his father was a patient before he died of COVID-19 earlier this year.

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany says she's 'blessed to be COVID clear' as she posts sweet photo of her kissing infant daughter

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany announced on Friday that she was no longer infected with the coronavirus, tweeting a photo of her and her infant daughter with the caption: ‘Blessed to be COVID clear!’ McEnany is seen in the photo planting a kiss on the cheek of her daughter, Blake Avery Gilmartin. The top White House spokesperson is married to Sean Gilmartin, a baseball pitcher for the Tampa Bay Rays. On Thursday, McEnany posted an image of her and her daughter with the caption: 'One day I will explain to her what censorship is and why she had to unjustly delete Mommy’s tweet in order to speak!' She was referring to Twitter's decision to lock her out of her account after she shared a link to a New York Post story about Hunter Biden's emails to a Ukrainian businessman.  On October 5, McEnany announced that she tested positive for COVID-19. White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany announced on Friday that she was no longer infected with the coronavirus, t

Now Jeremy Corbyn breaks rules at memorial: Former Labour leader was at 'anarchists' carnival' with 100 others a week after he apologised for dining with eight friends

Jeremy Corbyn was embroiled in another Covid row last night after it emerged he was at a memorial service which exceeded the maximum 30 people allowed to attend. The former Labour leader was among a crowd of approximately 100 at an 'anarchists' carnival' with live music last weekend in honour of the founder of Occupy Wall Street, David Graeber. It took place a week after Mr Corbyn apologised for breaking the 'rule of six' at a dinner party with eight friends, also in memory of Mr Graeber, who died last month. Jeremy Corbyn was embroiled in another Covid row last night after it emerged he was at a memorial service which exceeded the maximum 30 people allowed to attend. Packed: Around 100 attended the 'carnival for anarchists At last Sunday's memorial, Mr Corbyn, 71, was photographed on several occasions without a mask, including while in conversation with the organiser, Nika Dubrovsky, who is Mr Graeber's widow.  She was seated next to Mr Corbyn at the di

ABC refuses to comment after two questioners at Joe Biden's ABC town hall are revealed to have Democratic Party ties - standing by claim that questions also came from Trump supporters and independent voters

ABC News has refused to comment after it was revealed that two questioners at their town hall with Joe Biden had ties to the Democratic Party. Directing Fox News to a statement given by town hall moderator George Stephanopoulos at the beginning of the event, ABC News declined to provide additional comment pertaining to the pair. 'Some are voting for , some have said they're voting for President Trump, some are still undecided, and we're going to try to take questions from as many as we can tonight,' Stephanopoulos explained to viewers.  ABC News declined to comment about two questioners at their town hall with former Vice President Joe Biden Nathan Osburn served as a speechwriter at the Commerce Department in the Obama administration Miecke Haeck's husband is a county Democratic Party figure in Pennsylvania, where the event was held. Fox News reported on the questioners' party ties – even as a masked woman who nodded vigorously during President Donald Trump'

EXCLUSIVE: Police swoop on civil servant suspected of Washington files leak - 15 months after Mail on Sunday bombshell brought ambassador down

A civil servant has been arrested on suspicion of leaking explosive diplomatic cables written by Britain's former US ambassador, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. Counter terrorist officers from the Metropolitan Police swooped on the official's flat in Westminster in a dramatic dawn raid on Tuesday.  The civil servant, who is believed to work at the Department for International Trade , was arrested on suspicion of breaching the Official Secrets Act and misconduct in public office. It is understood he was detained at a police station in London for more than 30 hours before being released on bail. Officers are believed to have seized a laptop computer and his passport. The arrest, which will send shockwaves through Whitehall, comes 15 months after this newspaper disclosed a string of bombshell cables and memos written by former US ambassador Lord Darroch.  The arrest comes 15 months after the Mail on Sunday disclosed a string of bombshell cables and memos written by former US ambass

Exodus of NYPD cops continues with patrol chief's sudden retirement as the department admits departures have increased 87 percent on last year

New York Police Department has admitted that there is a 'troubling trend' in officers leaving the force, as budget cuts, anti-police feeling and tensions within the city and its politicians drive many to quit. This year, as of October 6, 2,385 officers have submitted their retirement papers, the NYPD told Fox News - an 87 per cent increase last year. In 2019, over the same period, 1,274 officers retired. Resignations were also up. The department said 372 NYPD officers have resigned this year - five more than last year.  'The NYPD has seen a surge in the number of officers filing for retirement,' a spokesperson said in an email to Fox News this week.  'While the decision to retire is a personal one and can be attributed to a range of factors, it is a troubling trend that we are closely monitoring.' Protests in New York City calling for the abolition of the police have led to a low morale Officers were tasked with patrolling protests across the city throughout the

Home Improvement star Zachery Ty Bryan, 39, is arrested 'for strangling his girlfriend and taking her phone away' - just two weeks after he separated from his wife of 14 years

Zachery Ty Bryan, 39, was arrested late on Friday in Eugene, Oregon, after a neighbor called to report a domestic dispute Actor Zachery Ty Bryan, who played the oldest son on the 1990s sitcom Home Improvement, has been arrested after allegedly strangling his girlfriend following a night out at a club - just weeks after separating from his wife of 14 years. Bryan, 39, was arrested late on Friday in Eugene, Oregon, after a neighbor called to report a domestic dispute. According to a police report, Bryan's girlfriend said the two of them were arguing when he wrapped his hands around her neck and squeezed, TMZ reported.  The girlfriend said that when she tried to call 911, Bryan tried to grab her phone away from her, and that she fled across the street to hide.   Arriving on the scene, cops found Bryan sitting outside his home and the girlfriend at the neighbor's house. Bryan was charged with strangulation, a felony, and misdemeanor charges of fourth-degree assault and interfering