Modernise your accounting operations with true e-invoicing
How does your organisation currently send invoices to customers? Many organisations send an email to their customer with an invoice attached in PDF format. There is a more efficient way – it’s called e-invoicing.
E-invoicing is the direct digital exchange of invoice data between suppliers and buyers’ financial systems and it eliminates all need for manual data entry, scanning (OCR) and human intervention.
Join Ricoh Australia and our partner Pagero for a live webinar about all things e-invoicing. Jessica Membrey, Account Executive at Pagero, along with Robert Carter and David Jones, Managers at Ricoh Australia will examine the costly and time-consuming manual processes plaguing finance and accounting departments and how e-invoicing can help speed up, streamline and modernise operations.
- Learn about e-invoicing – what is it, how does it work and how will it benefit you and your organisation
- Find out how e-invoicing can improve your accounting operations and modernise your business
- Find out how e-invoicing can reduce manual processes, save time, streamline processes, reduce costs, reduce DSO and improve cash flow for your organisation
If you can’t make it on the day, register anyway and we will send you the recording.
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- DATE: 23 August 2022
- TIME: 11:00 - 11:45 AEST
- WHERE: GoToWebinar
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