Implementing e-invoicing: technical challenges and considerations
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Except from the implementing e-invoicing white paper:
In our ever more cut-throat world of business, innovation is often our only competitive edge. But innovation comes at the price of change. Moreover, changing people’s behaviour.
As a leader, whether a c-suite or departmental, you’ll know this comes easiest when equipped with a deep understanding of the challenges ahead. This white paper sets out the areas where technical challenges are most often faced, and strategies to tackle them.
There is an increasing momentum behind e-invoicing globally. This isn’t just limited to cost savings and strategic advantage to those who have adopted it. External factors, such as the need to preserve invoices in their original format for many years, as well as internal factors, such as the increasing digitisation of business processes, stack up to make a case that can no longer be ignored.
Developing a business case for electronic invoicing is the topic of a whole paper in itself, so the focus here is on the technical detail of the challenges faced. Whether you are responsible for ensuring the e-invoicing project is scoped, managed and deployed successfully, or need to direct others to shoulder this responsibility, these areas are of central importance.
The content of this white paper provides you with the benefit of over a decade of experience in deploying e-invoicing solutions for global businesses. Every business will experience a different blend of these challenges, but each bridge will need to be crossed; battle, fought and won. Arm yourself with this knowledge and deliver the competitive edge that e-invoicing offers.
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