e-Invoicing: what you need to know

January 16, 2019 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
125 York St
Sydney NSW 2000

With e-invoicing, paper and PDF invoices are soon expected to go the way of the fax machine.

This change will revolutionise the way that enterprise organisations and their customers do business with each other, in much the same way the cloud has drastically transformed accounting for small and medium-sized businesses in Australia and New Zealand.

But what exactly is e-invoicing, how does it work and what are the benefits for an enterprise sales and marketing team?

Join Squirrel Street founder and subject matter expert Simon Foster for this free educational session on how your organisation could reap the big benefits of e-invoicing, such as increased revenue, better cash-flow transparency and stronger customer relationships.

Register now to reserve your place.

Squirrel Street specialises in paperwork processing for businesses, giving these businesses the ability to scan receipts and invoices directly into their accounting software. Founder Simon Foster has built up a wealth of experience working within the technology space within Australia as well as Europe, Asia and North America. He is the e-invoicing lead for ABSIA (Australian Business Software Industry Association), and is a representative for the Digital Business Council, who aim to support and facilitate the open exchange of digital transactions in Australia.

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