Invoice Processing

E-invoicing is not a new concept. Electronic invoices have been around for a while, in several different formats, standards, and names. All claiming to connect buyers and suppliers digitally and more efficiently.

As the adoption of Peppol eInvoicing continues to accelerate across Australia and NZ, there are some organisations that remain hesitant about exchanging procurement documents via the Peppol network. 

Esker has announced the launch of Esker Pay, an extensive set of integrated payment capabilities and strategic Fintech partnerships to help businesses unlock cashflow.

EzeScan’s Blackbaud Financial Edge NXT accounts payable solution is now available as a SaaS offering in the EzeScan CLOUD.  This means fast deployment with an affordable monthly subscription, without the software, hardware, or management headaches. 

US Start-up Mindee, the creator of an API platform designed for developers to eliminate manual data entry, has emerged from stealth mode and announces today that it has raised $US14 million. Mindee helps developers automate workflows in their applications by standardising the document processing layer.

Centsoft has announced invoice OCR processing and scanning for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. The cloud-based platform captures invoice data from either emailed or paper invoices.

E-invoicing is an innovation that provides benefits for every business. It is simple to get started, and works seamlessly in the background for most organisations. But less than 1% of businesses in Australia use this service. Why is adoption so low?

​Voxel, an e-invoicing and B2B payments specialist in the travel industry, has acquired Australian startup Troovo in order to enrich and consolidate its B2B payment solutions.

TCG Process, a leading intelligent document processing (IDP) solution provider with headquarters based in Switzerland, has announced a new, global partnership with global IT consulting firm Wipro.

Over the past few months, we’ve seen some important announcements made by the Australian Government in relation to e-invoicing. The main being its commitment of $15.3 million to accelerate e-invoicing and support the Treasury and the Australian Peppol E-Invoicing Authority (run by the ATO).