Federal E-Invoicing and the U.S. OMB Mandate – Brand New Research

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Despite all of the benefits associated with e-invoicing, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) reports that only 40% of the roughly 19 million invoices processed by the U.S. federal government each year are the product of e-invoicing. Furthermore, of those 40%, only a portion leverage an end-to-end e-invoicing capability, leading to a situation rife with opportunity for organizations to fully commit to e-invoicing.

Jason Busch, founder and head of strategy at Spend Matters, presents this complimentary research download: Federal E-Invoicing and the OMB Mandate in the United States. In this paper, Busch covers what the OMB mandate means for federal e-invoicing, how the U.S. compares to other nations and how (and when) organizations should prepare!

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