IBM - Sterling Commerce

Sterling Commerce, an IBM company, helps companies optimize and transform their Business Collaboration Network to accelerate revenues and reduce costs. Sterling Commerce provides more than 30,000 customers worldwide applications and integration solutions to connect, communicate and collaborate inside and outside their enterprise. More information can be found at www.sterlingcommerce.com


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April 2011

  1. Sterling Commerce white paper: The business value of e-invoicing

    A new look at the challenges, trends and opportunities in the global marketplace

  2. IDB cuts admin costs and optimizes order-to-cash processes

    “We started with a batch of customers, testing at each stage before going live with the next group”

October 2010

  1. Sterling Commerce gains Brazilian e-invoice mandate

    Sterling facilitate billing and invoicing transactions amongst Brazil’s banking customers

  2. Tommy Hilfiger automates electronic invoicing processes with Sterling Commerce

    “To us, e-invoicing is the future of invoicing”

September 2010

  1. IBM completes acquisition of Sterling Commerce

    Expands IBM’s integration portfolio and cross-channel commerce software for marketing, selling and fulfillment

June 2010

  1. Irish Dairy Board saves costs on cross-border invoicing with Sterling e-Invoicing

    IDB is leading the way in enabling the ability to archive and revalidate any invoice at any time

  2. Sterling Commerce Savings Calculator outcome of Forrester study

    Calculator estimates the savings through the automated manual invoice processing, archiving and auditing

  3. Survey: companies risk fines for non-compliance with cross-border invoicing regulation

    Commissioned survey finds e-invoicing can reduce costs by up to 90 percent

September 2009

  1. Sterling Commerce new member EEI Platform

    Sterling Commerce is the latest organisation that has been added to the EEI Platform member group.

September 2008

  1. E-invoicing implementation hampered by regulatory compliance requirements in Europe – study

    A survey presented at the Swift International Banking Operations Seminar (SIBOS) taking place in Vienna 15 – 19 September shows that European companies are held back from switching to electronic invoicing by complex regulatory compliance requirements and legislation.

    The survey found that despite the multiple advantages electronic invoicing offers for business owners – cost-effectiveness and more […]