Electronic Invoicing

It's standard business practice. Chase customers for payment as soon as possible and pay your suppliers as late as possible. Cash is king and in some industries - retail being a prime example - cash flow is the pivot of profitability that can make the...

Mathematics is fascinating,  not simply because of its mystery - detailed understanding of modern mathematics is beyond most of us - but also because of the amazing theoretical journey that mathematicians go on to reach practical destinations. So called “imaginary” numbers had been described in...

Purchase to Pay, P2P and Dynamic DiscountingThe case for electronic invoicing is compelling – why would an organization that has invests millions – sometimes tens of millions – of dollars on a finance system want to operate a paper based process in the 21st century? But it’s not as easy as that – especially for global organizations. The wide variety of legislation around the globe creates a Tower of Babel for those attempting to implement electronic invoicing on a large scale. But the situation is beginning to evolve in a very positive way – and absolutely not in a way I would have predicted a few years ago. The electronic invoice is about to die on its feet leaving the door wide open for the new pretender to the AP automation throne – the new electronic invoice.

Press Release from iPayables iPayables released InvoiceWorks version 8.441 August 10, 2010.  The upgraded version includes new functionality and upgrades to the InvoiceWorks product.  The three most notable enhancements are around:  Managed Security,  Mass Downloads and CASS Address Verification. Managed Security – While...