Extending the solution _ Now that the solution is fully implemented, they are already looking at the next steps. An obvious move is to capture invoices that originate electronically, either as EDI or that are sent by email. Although the data entry problems may not exist with these invoices, they still need to be approved in the same way as paper invoices so the workflow will be of benefit. IMS also includes a Management Information module with full reporting capabilities which is also being investigated.
Benefits of Implementing Electronic Invoices (e_Invoices or eBills) _ Depending on a company's volume, the savings related to invoice management (receipt, storage, search, signing, returning, payment, shipping, etc.) can fluctuate between 40% and 80%. Some of the reasons for this savings are: Timeliness, both in receiving and sending the information. Savings on paper supplies. Ease of auditing. Increased security and document control. Decreased possibilities for falsification. Easy access to the information. Reduction in the space required for storing archival documents. Quicker and more efficient administrative procedures
Cash flow shortages can happen to almost any business, but invoice factoring can provide a quick, easy solution. Invoice factoring involves the selling of your account receivables or invoices to secure immediate working capital.