Tallis Simon Invoice Design September 17, 2018
This company is one of the largest drinks companies in Europe formed in April 2004. They are part of the largest wine company in the world and a leading producer and exporter of wine from the USA Australia and New Zealand. The company has a strong portfolio of brands from the wine cider fortified wine wine-style drinks and bottled water categories. Their Accounts Payable (AP) department consisted of 13 people processing in the region of 180000 invoices per year from suppliers across Europe. Invoices need to be approved by 250 individuals from 3 offices in the UK 11 depots and 2 manufacturing plants in addition to users in mainland Europe.
Roux Maillet Invoice Design October 04, 2018
Paper Invoices Many AP departments receive thousands and thousands of paper invoices per year which will need to be manually keyed into a finance system. This process is very slow inefficient and costly. It is very easy to lose or misplace important paper documents when handling them manually but with an automated invoice processing solution all documents can be stored electronically. The AP team will be able to retrieve invoices instantly meaning no more time will be wasted searching for invoices in filing cabinets or folders.
La Vergne Duclos Invoice Design October 04, 2018
Electronic invoices provide an important means of reducing the costs of processing sending distributing and maintaining invoices resulting in a simplification of administrative procedures and a considerable reduction in the amount of time and space consumed as the invoices are transmitted through telematic means accomplished by applying technical certification mechanisms (electronic signatures) which guarantee the basic elements required in any invoice (the authenticity of its origin and integrity of its content) and allow them to be maintained in digital format which affords immediate access to them at any given moment.
Eleonore Simonin Invoice Design October 04, 2018
Furthermore these regulations state that electronic invoices can be transcribed on paper including the graphic marks certifying their authentication produced according to PDF 417 specifications as set forth in Resolution number 2/2003 of February 14th of 2003 by the General Board of the State Tax Administration Agency covering specific aspects related to telematic billing.
Moreen Picot Invoice Design October 04, 2018
No PO number Invoices that arrive in AP without a PO number can be very problematic which can take the team a lot of man-hours to manually process them. AP may receive non-PO invoices when a supplier has provided products or services to the buyer without receiving a purchase order. Many different challenges can arise when processing non-PO invoices which may include difficulty identifying the purchaser and original authoriser - making the approval process lengthy and a higher risk for errors.
Maree Humbert Invoice Design October 04, 2018
An electronic invoice (also called an e-invoice or eBill) is the result of a billing method that doesnt require a paper copy as a backup in order to demonstrate its authenticity. For this reason an electronic invoice functions as a software-generated file which compiles the information related to a commercial transaction its payment and corresponding tax obligations.
Roux Maillet Invoice Design October 04, 2018
Automating as many processes as possible through an integrated solution which optimally manages these tasks results in a directly proportionate decrease in opportunities for human error while increasing the opportunities for savings and improved efficiency. Even collections can be managed automatically sending the corresponding overdue notices as certain pre-defined thresholds are reached.
Fifine Renaud Invoice Design October 04, 2018
Invoices are just part of the picture that mirrors the companys image and business standing. A successful business will have a good template that has all the details. The important details are of the company the buyer and the shipment. There should be the logo and contact details of the company on the very top of an invoice. This should be followed by details of the buyer and the destination of the shipment. The details of the shipment should clearly outline what it consists of the quantities as well as the unit cost of each item. This should be followed by the cost of the purchase other costs any tax that has been included and lastly the total cost of the shipment.