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What to include in a business case that won’t leave you feeling foolish

Presentation06.06.2012


In this presentation from the e-Invoicing Europe 2011, Peter Loughlin, P2P Projects Manager at Orange Business Service, explains why securing top-level sponsorship for e-invoicing is crucial so you need to know what to include (and not to include) in your business case. Building your business case from the ground up with cost-effective benchmarking What is the business case for e-invoicing when you have less than 100,000 invoices to process? Setting your two-year plan for ramping up electronic volumes with a cash-flow model demonstrating costs and benefits Developing a P2P strategy to strip out manual, paper-based procedures across 220 countries, 24 languages and multiple invoice formats

In this presentation from the e-Invoicing Europe 2011, Peter Loughlin, P2P Projects Manager at Orange Business Service, explains why securing top-level sponsorship for e-invoicing is crucial so you need to know what to include (and not to include) in your business case.

  • Building your business case from the ground up with cost-effective benchmarking
  • What is the business case for e-invoicing when you have less than 100,000 invoices to process?
  • Setting your two-year plan for ramping up electronic volumes with a cash-flow model demonstrating costs and benefits
  • Developing a P2P strategy to strip out manual, paper-based procedures across 220 countries, 24 languages and multiple invoice formats

 

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Peter Loughlin, e-Invoicing Europe 2011, electronic invoicing, e-invoicing, einvoicing, conference, Orange Business Services