Retail partners who automate their invoicing processes electronically can save between 60 and 80 percent of costs compared to a paper-based process.
This is achieved by shortening throughput times while simultaneously increasing quality and transparency. E-Invoicing also improves the business relationship with your suppliers and customers: no lost invoices, better use of discounts and optimised cash management.
E-Invoicing can include various technologies with which an invoice is submitted electronically to a customer for payment. A legally compliant electronic invoice can be defined as structured set of data that is sent as an EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) message, fulfilling various national legal requirements. An e-invoice usually builds on earlier process steps such as purchase orders, order confirmations and delivery notifications. In the case of lower integration requirements, the focus is only on processing the invoice.
In addition to supporting all e-invoicing messaging formats, it is important to automate and properly manage the incoming and outgoing invoice processes to and from your SAP ECC or SAP S/4HANA systems. These can be integrated into your existing EDI processes and enhanced with a country-specific compliance component.
In this webinar, we will share with you how your SAP system can easily and quickly be connected to SEEBURGER’s e-invoicing solution. Examples of how we have achieved this for our customers’ various European (using our certified PEPPPOL access point) and global requirements will be shared.
Speaking at this Webinar: Gerrit Onken
Gerrit Onken has been working as Product Manager at SEEBURGER AG since 2010 for software applications and services for electronic business data exchange. His focus is on solutions for SAP, electronic invoicing (E-Invoicing) and innovations for the digitalization of professional and technical business processes for internationally operating customers. Gerrit Onken is a bank merchant and a graduate in business administration with an emphasis on industrial management and business informatics. After working in the financial sector, he worked as a manager and project manager from 2004 to 2010 for one of the top five corporate consultations with international BPOs in the banking and automotive industry.
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