The Executive's Guide to Electronic Invoicing


June 23rd, 2023

Understand how transitioning from traditional paper-based invoicing to e-invoicing can help your business. This guide explores:

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The problems with manual invoicing

The fundamentals and benefits of e-invoicing

How to evaluate e-invoicing solutions

And more

Inside look at The Executive's Guide to Electronic Invoicing

In this guide you'll learn about:

  • The state of receivables and late payments, and how the faults of traditional invoicing processes contributes
  • The benefits of embracing state-of-the-art electronic invoicing solutions
  • The successes other businesses like yours have seen from transitioning to e-invoicing
  • How you can choose the right e-invoicing provider to suit your unique needs (interactive checklist included!)

Take a peek inside the guide

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Get a comprehensive list of the issues that stem from manual invoicing, alongside an equally impressive list of the benefits of electronic invoicing.

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Hear from 3 businesses how e-invoicing transformed their invoicing and payments experience, and accelerated cash flow.

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Learn which features to prioritize when evaluating e-invoicing solutions, and apply that criteria to a real-world search using our interactive checklist. 

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Two inside pages from The Executive's Guide to Electronic Invoicing


The world of business and commerce has been transformed over the past decades by digitalization, automation, and the Internet. Yet there’s one area where it seems many organizations haven’t kept pace—to their detriment.

After contracts have been signed, P.O.s have been cut, Zoom calls and emails exchanged, the work done and products or services delivered, there’s still a black hole of uncertainty that remains: The ambiguities involved in getting paid stemming from traditional invoicing processes.

In manually driven billing and remittance processes, invoices may be sent in a timely way, may be accurate, and may fit the customer’s payment protocols. But when snail mail or email are used in billing, a black hole arises to gobble your revenues.

Companies are turning to electronic invoicing to add certainty to the payment process and overcome these problems. But when investing in an e-invoicing solution, whether for the first time or to replace existing software, it’s vital to have a good understanding of not just e-invoicing in general, but of the particular features and functionality that differentiate e-invoicing offerings.

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