Electronic invoicing is an efficient tool to cut costs and improve operational efficiency. It allows businesses to automate processes, reduce errors, and improve process cycle times.
Electronic invoicing is an efficient tool to cut costs and improve operational efficiency. It allows you to automate processes, reduce errors, and improve process cycle times.
Moving from paper to e-invoicing is also an opportunity for any organisation – big and small – to reinforce its green credentials by reducing CO2 emissions. Digitalisation of invoices and receipts also increases economic transparency and helps the battle against the grey economy.
It can take employees 30 minutes to process an invoice, but a robot can check, approve, pay and handle accounting in a couple of seconds. Together with a decreased workload, businesses can benefit from reduced transportation and paper usage, meaning a doubly positive effect on their environmental impact.
In 2017 we helped our e-invoicing customers to avoid 35,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions. Several other e-services in order to cash, banking and insurance processes have a similar CO2 profile. On a general level, when comparing our e-services to a standard baseline, we helped avoid 75 kilotons of CO2 – the equivalent of taking over 14,500 cars off the road.