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Converting the hard core suppliers that have said ‘No!’ for years... and is it worth it?

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This presentation will help you re-energise your e-invoicing project and ensure that your e-invoice fall-out rate is minimal. HP has been rolling out e-invoicing for many years now both internally and more recently for its BPO clients. With a combined volume of over 2m invoices and more than 30,000 suppliers spanning over 25 countries it is one of the world’s most advanced e-invoicing users. This presentation will help you re-energise your e-invoicing project and ensure that your e-invoice fall-out rate is minimal.

In this presentation from the e-Invoicing Europe 2011, Peter Downie, Global Invoice Automation Lead at Hewlett Packard BPO, explains how to convert the hard core suppliers.

HP has been rolling out e-invoicing for many years now both internally and more recently for its BPO clients.

With a combined volume of over 2m invoices and more than 30,000 suppliers spanning over 25 countries it is one of the world’s most advanced e-invoicing users. 

This presentation will help you re-energise your e-invoicing project and ensure that your e-invoice fall-out rate is minimal.

  • How to maximise the levels of automation ensuring electronic invoices go straight through
  • How to mobilise the ‘Resisting One Hundreds’ – the suppliers that send 100 invoices per annum who sit between investing in an integrated solution or keying their invoices into a web form and their billing system

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