6 e-billing and AP automation news bytes

end of the world 6 e billing and AP automation news bytes

21 December 2012 is a date that gives some people the creeps. Yes, the Apocalypse, Doomsday, the end of the world as we know it, or whatever you want to call it. So, what are your plans this last week? Marry the love of your life? Start a chocolate-only diet? Build a bomb shelter? We would advise you to take a few minutes in your last week to read these 6 e-billing and AP automation news bytes. You never know when they might come in handy.

PROACTIS launches PROACTIS Purchase-to-Pay v2013

PROACTIS announced the launch of PROACTIS Purchase-to-Pay v2013, which includes major enhancements to address “real life” customer scenarios for more streamlined and efficient processes. The latest release features a new buying interface that gives requisitioners access to the information they need to make informed and compliant buying decisions, advanced workflow to allow users to work more effectively, and tighter and updated integration with PROACTIS Source-to-Contract solutions.

Billtrust enhances btConnect with eBanking

Billtrust announced btConnect for eBanking, a new addition to the company’s suite of btConnect accounts receivable automation services. btConnect for eBanking allows billers to expedite the bill delivery and payment process by enabling consumers to receive and pay their bills at their bank’s bill pay site. This results in improved customer satisfaction, lower billing costs, and a higher percentage of electronic payments.

Fiserv processed 2 billionth e-bill since 2005

Fiserv  announced that it has delivered its two billionth electronic bill, or e-bill, since 2005. E-bills contain the same information as paper bills and are delivered through the online banking or company websites where many consumers already pay their bills. By incorporating e-bill delivery into their regular bill payment habits, consumers are able to save time, gain financial control and stay organized.

Saphety presents new e-invoicing offer

As far as new features are concerned, Saphety explained its new Electronic Invoicing system, an extension of its electronic delivery notes service and a business alert application, which informs users about business and tendering opportunities available on the market for each customer (also available for mobile devices). Initially, the alerts available cover public sector tenders with a second phase planned that will integrate the private sector.

Invoice processing in the cloud with ELAP

Australian solutions provider Efficiency Leaders has taken its invoice automation platform to the Cloud. The Efficiency leaders Automation Platform (ELAP) is now available as a cloud-based business process automation solution, initially catering for invoice processing in the first release and due to be expanded to cater for additional document types over time. It allows anyone to upload invoices of various formats.  ELAP Cloud will automatically convert the uploaded files to tiff images for data extraction and processing.

Partnership between InvoiceASAP and Hybrid Paytech

InvoiceASAP is partnering with Hybrid Paytech to provide fully integrated mobile business solutions combining mobile payments, invoicing & POS. These solutions will allow businesses to use existing merchant accounts in the field in conjunction with mobile invoicing and POS applications that are fully integrated with accounting software. Leveraging Hybrid’s payment platforms with invoiceASAP’s mobile applications will allow users to process credit card payments for invoices and retail sales at lower rates using existing merchant accounts.


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