Electronic Invoicing (E-invoicing) is no longer a trend – it’s the norm.
This norm suggests that the e-invoicing market has the potential to grow by $15.49 billion from 2021–2025, according to a recent report by Technavio. Yet many companies are still managing paper and PDF invoices, requiring time-consuming, manual data input. With e-invoicing, data entry is automated and is easily accessible for the electronic processing of payments. Aside from its immediate impact to department-wide productivity and cost savings, the spread of e-invoicing surging across the globe brings with it a myriad of invoicing regulations, mandates, and compliance requirements.
In this eBook, 6 Things to Keep in Mind While Implementing e-Invoicing, we breakdown key considerations to ensure a successful transition from manual processes to paperless e-invoicing. The content includes guidelines for building your business case to find out which solution is right for you, by identifying your individual business and supplier requirements.