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

August 14, 2012  |  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”.


EWEB relies on Kubra to go paperless

Only about 5000 its customers (about 5 per cent) use the EWEB electronic billing system. For the rest, the utility has long used its in-house staff and printing equipment to produce and send out 90,000 to 100,000 paper bills each month. EWEB resorted to Kubra to take over both paper and electronic billing.


Taulia’s dynamic discounting platform exceeds USD 85bln; gets selected by Northgate

Taulia has doubled its revenue in the first quarter of 2012 by extending its customer base with the addition of four new customers and a partnership with TradeShift. The Taulia platform is now processing over USD 85 billion in transaction volume.

And there is more good news for Taulia. Northgate decided to strengthens its global shared service center through supplier collaboration and e-Invoicing via Taulia. Northgate is a major provider of specialist software, outsourcing and information technology services to public and private sectors


Swiss Post Solutions and UK Mail renew their eBilling contract

Swiss Post Solutions (SPS) and the UK Mail group renewed their contract to provide a multi-channel billing system for UK Mail, its customers and franchised partners. UK Mail was one of the first in the UK mail and express sector to switch to delivering invoices electronically. Currently, around 54% of invoices - around 69300 items per month - are being sent digitally, with 63,000 documents printed, finished and mailed by SPS at its Document Processing Centre.


Mopay expands to Middle East, North Africa

Direct carrier biller Mopay did a large scale network extension initiative in the Middle East and North Africa region, including: Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates.

Mopay’s platform gives users the ability to charge digital content directly to their monthly mobile phone bills. The direct carrier billing model is popular for social media and gaming.


TD Bank selects Fiserv’s CheckFree RXP service

TD Bank, one of the 10 largest banks in the US, has selected CheckFree RXP from Fiserv to enable electronic bill payment for consumer and small business customers. In conjunction with CheckFree RXP, the bank will also implement Fiserv’s FraudNet solution, an automated fraud detection system designed to mitigate the risk of fraudulent transactions.


National Grid selects Striata for e-mail billing and transactional e-mail

By delivering e-Bills and transactional messages directly into the inbox National Grid is extending its brand, improving customer experience and enhancing the digital dialogue with its customer. For that purpose National Grid selected Striata to provide the secure delivery of email bills to customers’ inboxes, as well as more than 35 different types of transactional emails; such as bill ready notifications payment due/past due notifications and numerous emails triggered by National Grid’s self-service web portal.

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