The UK Government has said that electronic invoicing of business-to-government transactions could save the public sector and its suppliers a minimum of £2 billion per year. Additionally, e-invoicing benefits all parties by driving efficiency, increasing visibility into cash position, reducing fraud, opening up new revenue opportunities, encouraging prompt payment, and helping boost growth of small and mid-sized businesses.
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Key decisions you need to make when implementing e-invoicing
The phases and critical elements of an e-Invoicing programme
A step-by-step guide on how to implement your e-invoicing solution