Itella expects e-invoicing adoption in Europe to speed up

June 6, 2012  |  Electronic Invoicing, Europe, Research  |  Comments Off

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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OB10 publishes 2012 Accounts Receivable Survey

May 22, 2012  |  Publications, Research  |  Comments Off

OB10, the global B2B e-invoicing network, recently published its third Accounts Receivable Survey. The survey explores the current practices among collections professionals on invoicing, payment and early pay discounts, and asks their views on their financial performance and the economy

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E-Invoicing Adoption Benchmarking Report

May 15, 2012  |  Electronic Invoicing, North America, Payment, Research  |  Comments Off

Not surprisingly, they’re achieving significant benefits, including payment cycles reduced to five days, (from 23), a 39 percent increase in on-time payments and a 63 percent reduction in lost paper invoices

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Is e-invoicing failing to deliver? [research] [infographic]

May 11, 2012  |  Electronic Invoicing, Research  |  Comments Off

Tradeshift recently released its first research into the attitudes and experiences of modern enterprises with their current e-invoicing solutions. So take a look here and download their full report, their e-invoicing manifesto,as well as their infographic with their key findings

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Swedish B2C E-billing adoption sours with a staggering 29 percent in a single year

April 17, 2012  |  Adoption, Electronic Invoicing, Research  |  Comments Off

We received a press release from a Swedish bankers association, stating that in 2011, the number of e-invoices sent to consumers connected to internet-banks increased by staggering 29%. In 2010 only 11% of Swedish customers accepted e-invoices. In 2011 no less than 40% of the consumers accept e-invoices

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EU E-invoicing Forum asks you: provide useful definition of terms

April 17, 2012  |  Europe, Research  |  1 Comment

During the last meeting of the European e-Invoice Multistakeholder Forum it was agreed to obtain a useful ‘definition of terms’ the Working Group via the members of the European e-Invoice Multistakeholder Forum, and via them their constituencies. And you are part of such a constituency ….

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EU E-invoicing Forum asks you: provide your top experiences and good practices

April 17, 2012  |  Adoption, Electronic Invoicing, Research  |  Comments Off

We like to inform you on a European survey and consultation on experiences and best practices in e-invoicing. Its immediate purpose is to gather a body of expert views about the current development of experience and good practice for e-invoicing in the European Union. The intention is to identify the necessary conditions for success ….

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CFO’s are worried: supply chain becomes a too intricate web of transactions

March 30, 2012  |  Payment, Publications, Research  |  Comments Off

38% acknowledge that their late or erroneous payment to suppliers impact the suppliers commercial performance to the same level as it would their own business. 59% think the visibility of supply chain activity and supplier payment is becoming more difficult due to the increasing complexity of the networks

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Top 10 e-Billing Trends and 7 other E-invoicing and AP Automation studies presented in 2011

March 2, 2012  |  Electronic Invoicing, Invoice Automation, Publications, Research  |  Comments Off

Creating or underwriting a report, or study, or whitepaper, or benchmark, or survey, is one of those instruments used to sell the ‘Seth Godin’- way. You know: “don’t sell your product, sell the idea’”. So, what reports/studies/whitepapers/benchmarks/survey’s passed us by in 2011? Well, quite a lot to be honest. Underneath are some of the most prominent items of 2011

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PDF Invoices: creating more paperwork than it saves [RESEARCH]

February 14, 2012  |  Adoption, Electronic Invoicing, Research  |  4 Comments

Research shows that the reduction in paperwork by old school PDF invoices is minimal at best, and quite possibly creates more paperwork than it actually saves

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