Integrating e-invoicing and EDI into existing infrastructure
How to overcome the challenges and maximise the success of integrating e-invoicing and EDI into existing business infrastructure.
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Excerpt from the white paper:
In the face of commercial pressures, it’s common business practice to seek innovation as a competitive edge. Innovation comes more frequently in the form of technology innovation. More businesses are using digital innovation to reap the benefits of moving beyond paper; digital innovations such as electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) and EDI.
In this paper, we look at the process and considerations for deploying e-invoicing and EDI within a business. EDI and e-invoicing overlap considerably, as e-invoicing can be facilitated by way of EDI, but each can be deployed without the other – in the case of invoicing via PDF over email, or EDI for stock management or other document-driven processes.
We look at the common factors to consider, in terms of business process and technology, to make implementations a success. EDI and e-invoicing are then given independent and more detailed examination.
This paper provides points for consideration when deploying either technology, but if you are seeking a better understanding of the benefits for either, you should explore the business case for e-invoicing or EDI eBook.
The arguments for EDI and e-invoicing are compelling from a business perspective, but then it falls to the IT department to deliver on the technology’s promise. We use examples and insight from over a decade of deploying e-invoicing and EDI solutions, for global businesses, to help make your project a success.
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