Everything You Need to Know About eInvoicing – Webinar with Coupa Next Week

We’re pleased to announce a Spend Matters webinar in association with spend management software firm Coupa, on June 9th at 1pm UK time. (Please note – we’re having a few issues with the webinar registration and whether the system understands “British Summer Time”! But it will be 1pm UK time on the 9th, believe me… so that’s 2pm in France, Germany etc.)

You can register here, free of charge of course.

I’ll be talking about eInvoicing, and most importantly, asking Markus Hornburg, VP of Global Product Compliance at Coupa, some key questions. Markus was involved way back when the Swiss government was pretty much the first to get into eInvoicing and he has worked with European and South American governments as well as numerous private sector firms on eInvoicing strategies and implementations.

During the webinar, I will be asking Hornburg the big questions, ranging through tech issues, stakeholder management, benefits capture and more. So one big issue is this. eInvoicing pretty much feels like a “no-brainer” these days – why would anyone in 2016 still want to send paper though the post, or even mess around with PDFs?  Yet uptake of eInvoicing is still slower than we might expect. Why is that? And why do so many corporate implementations prove challenging, to say the least?

Hornburg is very balanced on these points - he is just as interesting talking about the issues and challenges of eInvoicing as he is on the benefits, so I will be quizzing him hard on these matters. My job is to ask him the sort of thing that a CPO, an invoicing "process owner" or the programme director for an eInvoicing implementation might do if they had the chance. So if you fit into any of these categories, or are just generally interested, and whether you are thinking of implementing or indeed have implemented, I’m sure it will be really interesting and informative 45 minutes or so.  Do sign up now.

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