ABN AMRO Bank announced it will bring to market a comprehensive suite of B2B electronic bill presentment and payment services that meet the diverse global needs of corporations and e-marketplaces. The Bank’s offerings will combine true B2B invoicing functionality with international settlement tailored to meet the needs of the Bank’s corporate billers, business payers, and e-marketplace clients. The service will provide end-to-end functionality, accommodating highly variable invoice data and wide-ranging global regulatory requirements. It will also feature a real-time, interactive approach to dispute resolution and multiple payment options.
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