Archive for North America

Electronic Invoicing in Mexico is now mandatory, effective immediately

All invoices in Mexico must be electronic for companies with an annual income of $4 million Pesos, US $325,000, EUR 300.000. Soon all Mexican companies must follow the new e-invoicing rules

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TyMetrix Acquires LEDESense to streamline e-billing for law firms

November 1, 2011  |  Electronic Invoicing, Legal, North America

Law firms are now spending increasing amounts of time ensuring that their electronic invoices are compliant with as many as 31 different formats

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With the changes in the PPACA, the bill is no longer in the snail mail

In the United States the new-ish Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is expected to have a big impact on the industry. It is a push from the regulators for wider use of e-billing

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Alaska Communications Services wants to offer a $5 one-time credit for those who shift to electronic billing

This is a great example of bonus tactics. But what is the best customer (or supplier) tactic? Bonus, malus, no-bonus, customer centric?

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Lexmark acquires Pallas Athene

October 28, 2011  |  Europe, North America

With its reported sales of more than $4 billion in revenue and its acquisition of Pallas Athena, Lexmark could very well become a fierce player in the e-invoicing arena

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Fannie Mae selects LexisNexis CounselLink software for e-billing

The contract consists of e-billing services, comprehensive matter management, reporting, analytics and outside counsel collaboration.

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Ayres Associates selects Central Consulting Group for Electronic Invoicing

October 27, 2011  |  Electronic Invoicing, North America

Multiple billing coordinators will be able to electronically view and document the PDF thereby eliminating paper waste and the need for people to be in the same physical location to review

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