Corcentric Featured in New Report on Electronic Invoice Management

Corcentric, a provider of Accounts Payable automation and electronic invoicing solutions, announced to have been featured in a newly released market research report from PayStream Advisors, tracking the growth in electronic invoicing among SME’s.

The report, titled “Electronic Invoice Management: A Move to the Middle,” asserts, based on survey results, that improved innovations in cloud-based technology are allowing small and medium-sized companies looking to eliminate paper invoice to enter this arena.

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With AcceptEmail -and a discount- to the 2014 EPCA Payment Summit

January 29th, 2014 by in Electronic Invoicing, Europe, Events, Payment

On 12-13 March in Brussels the next EPCA Payment Summit will take place. At the event AcceptEmail will talk about (SEPA) e-mandates and their experiences of AcceptEmail Mandates during implementation projects. As a thought leader and market leader AcceptEmail helps her customers with optimising their (e-)invoicing, collection, and mandating processes in the new SEPA era.

For more information on the EPCA 2014 programme, visit the the EPCA website. And contact AcceptEmail, if you’d like to visit the EPCA with a discount as a partner of AcceptEmail.

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AcceptEmail recognised as one of the 50 most disruptive FinTech companies in Europe

AcceptEmail has joined a select portion of companies that belong to the FinTech50 in 2014. The FinTech50 2014 is a shortlist of fifty companies in Europe with game-changing technologies that are redefining financial services through technology.

According to the jury AcceptEmail has all the characteristics of a ‘disruptive innovation’: “AcceptEmail answers current macro-economic trends and developments and answers to the needs of the everyday consumer. Online and mobile pyament requests combined with immediately available payment options and SEPA-compliant electronic mandate form are the future”.

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Question regarding Portuguese billing software certification updates

January 29th, 2014 by in Compliance, Electronic Invoicing, Europe

Marta Padilla Miguel started this discussion in our LinkedIN group: “According to the Portuguese normative and decree of 2010 (363/2010) one of our billing solutions was certified. Recently we have been warned that there have been changes or updates to the normative, so we were looking for them on the AT webpage but couldn’t find them. We found only circular letter 50000 from 2012. But then, looking at some other webpage, we found there is a new decree (340/2013), we tried to go through it and doesn’t seem to affect us. I have some questions on this.” Can you help here out?

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ACCELYA linked to ‘Chorus Factures’ for electronic invoicing to the French State

ACCELYA is now connected to ‘Chorus Factures’ (‘Chorus Invoices’), the paperless invoicing portal put in place by the French State for use by its suppliers. Companies that use ACCELYA services may therefore send electronic invoices to the State for public contracts executed. ACCELYA applies its skills -specifically in the area of electronic invoicing- to streamline the invoicing process for its customers and to reduce related costs, through optimum transmission of their invoices to the public authorities.

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Russian National certification Authority ZAO is connected to the PEPPOL

The Russian “National certification Authority” ZAO, is now connected to the PEPPOL eProcurement network. By connecting to the Russian National Certification Authority, organizations will have the unique opportunity to drive the adoption of standardized process automation and connectivity between Europe and Russia. This is expected to increase business opportunities and greater competition in both Russia and in the PEPPOL-countries.

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Basware delivers unified global processes and improved AP productivity at Aggreko

January 27th, 2014 by in Europe, Invoice Automation

Accounts payable (AP) automation allowed Aggreko, the leader in the supply of temporary power and temperature control solutions, to increase control over invoice processing, unify its financial processes across Europe and avoid risks of double or non-payment of supplier invoices. With a clear audit trail and visibility of invoice statuses, month end reporting was sped up and application of financial KPIs became possible. Job satisfaction within AP increased, all whilst saving operating costs.

George D Walker, Group ERP and Financial Systems Manager at Aggreko: ”Basware’s solution has enabled us to join up the processes with all of our suppliers and ensure consistency across each business unit.”

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Philips Selects Invoiceware’s SAP Hybrid Cloud for Brazil Nota Fiscal: 80% cost reduction

Philips’ global architecture and IT department is dedicated to providing innovation and support services to various business units throughout Brazil. However, the technology landscape was already showing signs of obsolescence and creating a support burden as the more than 140 legacy systems required extensive labor just to perform ongoing annual maintenance.

Add to this another required upgrade of the current on-premise SAP GRC Nota Fiscal and it explains why it select the SaaS-based solution of Invoiceware, replacing legacy on-premise Nota Fiscal software and reducing annual maintenance costs by 80% while increasing productivity within the electronic invoicing operation by 25%

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Liaison Simplifies EDI Trading Partner Management with Athena Community Manager

January 22nd, 2014 by in Electronic Invoicing

Liaison launched their Athena Community Manager. Athena Community Manager is a cloud-based, SaaS portal that allows enterprises to easily manage non-integrated EDI trading partners. It does so by enabling enterprises to log in and run reports against suppliers, view stats and create announcements for suppliers. All within a special hub-facing version of Liaison Athena.

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Over 20 Leading U.S. Companies Remove their “Go green, Go Paperless” Claims

Over 20 leading U.S. companies have removed their “anti-paper” green claims, used to promote electronic billing and other e-services as a more environmentally-friendly solution than paper. These companies are primarily top Fortune 500 organizations in the banking, utilities and telecommunications sectors.

The removals follows on an educational campaign by Two Sides U.S. to correct greenwashing related to print and paper products.

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