Still Manually Processing Invoices? 3 Reasons to Switch to E-Invoicing

November 5, 2019 Michele Redmon

In this day of automated processes, there is no longer any reason for supply chain processes to hinge on people manually passing paper invoices back and forth with trading partners. With traditional paper invoices, the document is sent via fax, scanned as a PDF and emailed, or sent through snail mail. Accepting and paying the invoice requires manual data entry, a process that is notoriously tedious and prone to human error. To save time and resources, and reduce the risk of costly errors, more organizations are opting to automate the invoicing process using electronic invoicing (e-invoicing).

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