Over 90% of the more than 30 billion B2B invoices annually are transmitted as paper documents in the EU. This is costly and harmful to the natural environment. Furthermore, there are disadvantages for you as the invoice recipient in the manual processing of these invoices:
Paper invoices and electronic invoices have been legally equivalent since 2012. That simplifies the technical realisation of incoming invoices (“e-invoicing”). The organisational responsibility for the reliability of invoice verification is shifted (“system of internal controls”) to the recipient.
The advantages of incoming electronic invoices primarily consist of accelerated, accurate and continuous processes in the accounts payable department. Depending on the project, up to €30 can be saved in process costs per invoice document.
The e-integration solution for incoming electronic invoices includes all areas of paperless receipt of invoice data, regardsless of the format and communication± method of your suppliers. This also includes the data conversion for your financial and accounting system as the basis for automated invoice verification and electronic archiving.
We provide an optimised mix of several methods for this purpose:
For this, you connect your financial accounting system to our e-center via one single interface:
»... e-integration is an EDI provider, with which we have had nothing but good experiences to date!” says Torsten Kuhmann from the GSH GmbH & Co. KG in Greven, which uses e-integration as an EDI service provider between suppliers, the association and the association members.«
Torsten Kuhmann, GSH GmbH & Co. KG
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