PAS International has launched PAS Tallystick, a software product that facilitates the dematerialised processing of business-to-business invoices. PAS Tallystick is a shared communication and workspace platform suitable for all sectors and sizes of business, irrespective of their geographical location. Customers of PAS Tallystick are typically B2B service providers (banks, financial institutions, factors, market places, telcos, post offices) and large companies implementing an in-house platform to dematerialise invoices with suppliers and/or customers. Grapes Fonocom, a large Spanish telecommunications company, and Gruppo Bipielle, ICCRI Federale Europea, one of the top ten Italian Banks, are setting up the PAS Tallystick product in order to promote the electronic and secure exchange of invoices in Spain and Italy respectively.
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