OB10 wins its fourth consecutive Green Apple Award

November 22, 2010  |  Electronic Invoicing, Invoice Automation

OB10, the world’s leading global e-Invoicing network, has been awarded an internationally recognised Green Apple Award for its environmental best practice. This is the fourth consecutive year that OB10 has won a Green Apple Award, which this year was a Silver Award.

OB10’s e-Invoicing network assists companies of all sizes in avoiding the use of vast amounts of paper each year by eliminating the need for paper invoices. The network helps to simplify and streamline the invoice-to-pay process by taking invoice data from a supplier’s billing system and sending it to their customer’s accounting system – removing the need to print, post, process, manually key-in, store and then finally dispose of paper invoices.

The Green Apple Award is run by the Green Organisation, an independent non-profit,
non-political group supported by the Environment Agency and the Chartered Institute of
Environmental Health. The awards are presented to companies that understand the
business advantages of creating a green working environment as well as those that
have reaped the benefits that can be had from environmental best practice.

Stefan Foryszewski, SVP Business and Product Development, OB10, commented:

To win this prestigious award for the fourth consecutive year is a great achievement for OB10. The fact that the environmental benefits of e-Invoicing are being continually recognised allows organisations to examine the true impact that paper-intensive processes have - not only on their business - but also on the environment. We understand that the cost benefits of the network are significant, however with businesses constantly looking for new ways to be ethical, the environmental factor is also an essential part of the decision making process.


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