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Will e-Invoicing Survive?

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Jon Small
Head of Marketing, sharedserviceslink
Jul 23, 2018

e-Invoicing/e-Billing is a rapidly expanding technology. Whereas Latin American and many European and Asian countries are already considerably advanced in this field, a vast majority of organisations have not yet decided upon one system or service.

The digitalisation model might gradually conquer the world, and it is expected to be the dominant control method globally from 2025. It will eventually cover all kinds of fiscal documents, such as invoices, payment receipts, credit/debit notes, monthly salary statements etc.

A rapidly growing number of disruptive next-generation invoice processing technologies lay a strong foundation as strategic drivers. They pave the way to substitute old solutions and processes by a completely new approach. The invoice processing with its’ high proportion of repetitive and rule-based work is a key topic to be affected by the significant market transition ahead of us.

More than 1,500 providers and software houses offer their services for e-Invoicing and practitioners tend to look for all-encompassing information on the topic. What are the opportunities? What are the threats? A market report authored by Billentis provides help for companies who want to choose the best model for themselves and find a suitable solution.

The report is aimed at supporting invoice issuers and recipients in replacing expensive, paper-based invoicing with modern, automated processes. It includes facts on market development, relevant initiatives, tips for implementing solutions and the profiles of 35+ leading solution providers.

 

Click here to read the full report

 

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