E-invoicing news: KUBRA signs up Dakota Electric, SourceLink presents BLINK, Clariant checks Ariba

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Dakota Electric and KUBRA expand available e-billing channels

Dakota Electric is a member-owned, not for profit electric utility based in Minnesota. With more than 100,000 members, Dakota Electric is the second largest electric cooperative in Minnesota and ranked among the 25 largest electric distribution cooperatives in the United States.

Dakota Electric already has the KUBRA Biller-Direct and Fiserv e-bill consolidation network solutions in place for several years. Dakota Electric now has around 45,000 customers signed up for e-billing across these two distinct e-billing channels.

Dakota Electric wished to expand the choices for their member community by supporting the Manilla and Zumbox virtual e-document consolidator networks. Critical for Dakota was to

  • minimize IT effort and resources
  • reach the widest array of e-bill consolidation networks through one interface.

SourceLink presents BLINK, their electronic bill presentment and payment solution

SourceLink is CRM/Direct Marketing supplier. It has just released their new solution happily called BLINK. BLINK is a module/part of SourceLink’s Statement and Transactional Billing+ solution. Some features of BLINK:

  • Paperless presentment: efficiently allows e-subscribers and users to have secure and authorized access to bills and notices by.
  • Payment: customers can make payments online on a customer branded payment page that accepts ACH and card payments, one-time or recurring.
  • Archive: quick access to payment history and statements, reducing the volume and length of customer-service calls,
  • Mobile: a mobile app customizable to the user’s mobile device,
  • Personalisation: integrated personalised email for a one-to-one experience for customers.

Clariant wants to transform invoicing with Ariba

Clariant is an internationally active specialty chemical company based near Basel, Switzerland, Europe. Clariant owns over 100 companies worldwide and employes about 16,200 employees. In 2010, Clariant had a turnover in excess of 7 billion Swiss Franks ($7.6 billion/ €5.6 billion).

Clariant decided transform its end-to-end purchase order and invoice management process, to automated invoice processing. Clariant aims for: efficiency, error reduction, speed in approvals and better compliance.

Clariant choose Ariba Invoice Management and PO Automation to try to:

  • Move to a completely paperless PO & invoice management process in 100 days
  • Reduce operating costs by 70 percent or more
  • Eliminate exceptions and simplify and accelerate dispute resolution
  • Minimize risk of overpayments, duplicate payments and fraudulent payments
  • Comply with corporate and regulatory requirements
  • Effectively benchmark and measure performance

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