Guidelines on E-invoicing execution in Russia

August 21st, 2012 by in Asia, Electronic Invoicing, Legal

New regulations make it possible to start with e-invoicing in Russia. Compared to other areas the Russian e-invoicing approach looks a lot like the Latin American approach. With a big difference: e-invoicing is not mandatory. And from that perspective e-invoicing in Russia is similar to the European E-invoicing before 2006: a lot of (technical) requirements and no mandated e-invoicing adoption.

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eBillingHub and Datacert create one-stop shop for law firms

August 21st, 2012 by in Uncategorized

The legal e-billing market is complicated business, according to both eBillingHub and Datacert. Law firms often struggle with the challenge of managing electronic invoice submissions across an ever-widening range of vendors. Enough reason for eBillingHub and Datacert to team up. The idea is to improve the e-billing experience for their joint law firm clients.

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Collaborative Commerce for Dummies by Ariba [FREE DOWNLOAD]

August 21st, 2012 by in Procurement, Publications, Research

Why can you buy a book so easily on but find it so hard to source the goods and services you need to run your business? How can you manage your personal finances and pay your bills on time online yet have no idea what you’re spending with whom, or when you’ll get paid, at your company? Collaborative Commerce For Dummies, Ariba Special Edition, is designed to help you with these and a lot more questions.

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Stop harassing paper invoices because you switch to e-invoicing [column]

A short while ago we mentioned a study by Two Sides that shows the greenwashing argument is ill substantiated (to say the least). The article led to some comments and we would like to explain why we, a community in favour of digitalisation, are “promoting” paper invoices.

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What should your e-invoicing solution RFP look like?

The right vendor for your e-invoicing and B2B Network solution is vital. Navigating all the available options can be tricky and seem overwhelming. And there are so much questions to think of. But there is help. Tradeshift is here to help answer all these questions!

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Best of e-invoicing and AP automation in July

July went by so fast! Enough reason for us to give you an overview of what happened in the field of e-invoicing and AP automation in the seventh month of the year.

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The E-invoicing Checklist: create your e-invoice [part 9]

August 17th, 2012 by in Electronic Invoicing, Publications

You know about payment instructions, clarity, comprehensibility and a bunch of other stuff by now thanks to this series about the E-invoicing Checklist. Next step: actually creating your invoice. We’ll show you what to consider when doing so in part 9.

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Why dreaded compliance mandates create AP perfection and e-business innovation [6 takeaways]

In several contributions in the blogosphere Steve Sprague (Vice President at Invoiceware International) reflects on how Latin American e-invoicing compliance mandates have a positive impact on e-invoicing adoption and innovation. His key takeaways on mandated e-invoicing.

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6 e-invoicing news bytes: Taulia, Kubra, Swiss Post, Mopay, Fiserv, Striata and more

August 14th, 2012 by in Electronic Invoicing, Europe, North America

It takes a bit more time to collect enough news items for a post in our news byte series during the summmer holidays. But no worries, we have found enough material to give you a glance at developments outside our “members zone”. With news from Taulia, Kubra, Swiss Post Services, UK Mail, Fiserv, Striata, and much much more…

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TIE now offers Light products

Light is a Dutch IT software provider with clients in the legal, notary and bailiffs market which has been acquired by TIE Holding. This enables Light’s clients to take advantage of TIE’s solutions, like e-commerce and e-invoicing.

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