Archive for Europe

Itella expects e-invoicing adoption in Europe to speed up

June 6, 2012  |  Electronic Invoicing, Europe, Research

Itella Information has already offered a first-hand insight on e-invoicing in B2B and B2C areas in many European countries back in 2010. They didn’t quite manage to carry out surveys in 2011 and 2012, but they did keep an eye open to what others had to say about the matter

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3 European e-invoicing news bytes

May 31, 2012  |  Electronic Invoicing, Europe

New! The Iron Mountain Electric Invoice Solution | Orange and Polish businesses spread the e-invoicing word | Celtrino kicks off Celtrino Express e-Billing

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Can Instant Payments disrupt the banking industry?

May 31, 2012  |  Europe, North America, Payment

Waiting to get paid. This can take up to 90 days and SMEs get into trouble because of it. Why? They have to cough up the money to run their own business. And if they fail to do so they are forced to get credit from the bank, perhaps reduce their growth and even shut down their business entirely. Tradeshift’s solution to : Instant Payments

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MyBank project makes pan-European transactions possible

May 25, 2012  |  Europe, Payment

Wouldn’t it be great if it were possible for individuals to sell and buy goods and services over the internet at a pan-European level? The new electronic payment solution MyBank turns this dream into a reality. The technical pilot phase of the MyBank project starts on June, 4

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Introducing Palette’s new customers

Some providers struggle to find new customers. But Palette surely doesn’t. The last five months alone at least ten new customers decided to head over to Palette. Customers include: Jaguar Land Rover Stockholm, Carl Hansen, SOS Alarm and Primera

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European Parliament says its bit about e-invoicing

The European Commission is setting “strict” deadlines. E-procurement, for example; the public sector has to make the transfer not later than 2016. Looking at the heat that’s coming from this topic, it is not so surprising that the European parliamentarians are now of the opinion that they should have a say in the matter as well

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eInvoicing Workshop 2012 – Düsseldorf

May 23, 2012  |  Electronic Invoicing, Europe, Events, Legal

Many companies report on the implementation of electronic invoicing and electronic invoice receipt. In this workshop, experts explain details about the legal situation in Germany and the international requirements for electronic invoices

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A strategy for European e-Procurement. Is e-invoicing next? [11 FAQ’s]

May 22, 2012  |  Europe, Government, Legal

We mentioned that the European Commission wants to mandate e-procurement across all Europe institutions and Member States. And even thought he European Parliament has to vote on this proposal, it is highly interesting. First, because this initiative can be a solid driver for e-invoicing adoption. And second, because this approach...

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Together Tradeshift and INTTRA provide ocean freight e-invoicing

INTTRA and Tradeshift have entered into a strategic alliance. Their goals is to enable ocean carriers and their customers to manage with a single connection ocean freight invoices, disputes and payments on a common platform

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EU: 18 DGs, EU Agencies and Institutions adopt eInvoicing using e-PRIOR

This is the first wave of the eInvoicing roll-out in all DGs, Agencies and Institutions that started with a few suppliers in 2009. The adoption of eInvoicing continues to grow. By the end of 2012, all 49 Directorate-Generals of the Commission and Executive Agencies will be using eInvoicing with IT contractors

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