In today’s fast changing world, where information flows more freely and connections are made in a click, enterprises are under increasing pressure to perform. One way to deal with this challenge is to simplify processes and opt for the digitization of customer communications. This move enables organizations to cut costs and improve productivity.
One area where this has been clearly demonstrated, by both buyers and suppliers, is that of e-invoicing. By making the transition from physical to digital invoicing many enterprises are reaping the benefits of a more reliable, secure, traceable and streamlined process. Up until around five years ago e-invoicing solutions were principally developed for large enterprises. However new solutions, specially developed for SMEs (Small and Medium-sized Enterprises), are gaining market share.
This white paper examines:
- The SME pain points when it comes to invoices
- The e-invoicing market
- E-invoicing regulations
- How to e-invoice
- The business benefits of e-invoices
- e-invoicing market trendes