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Basware goes InvoiceReady

26 Oct 2010

Basware is to release a new e-invoicing service for small and medium-sized businesses called InvoiceReady.

The firm says the new “best of breed” service can offer immediate benefits for businesses seeking to control and simplify unruly and resource heavy invoice and expense processing.

InvoiceReady automates the accounts payable processes from receipt of invoice, through approvals until payment.

“There is strong understanding within finance departments of the link between automation, accuracy and efficiency,” said Karri Lehtonen, Vice President at Basware, Australia and New Zealand.

“With InvoiceReady we are now extending that same capability to small and medium-sized businesses as a pre-packaged, easy-to-use, on-demand service to help them transition invoice processing from a burden to a value, by improving visibility into their organisation’s cash flow.”

You can find out more about InvoiceReady here.

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