Xign Corporation, a leading provider of financial settlement applications and services, has announced a new release of the Xign Payment Services Network (XPSN Version 3.0), offering an electronic invoice application that streamlines the receipt and processing of invoices. Xign says XPSN 3.0 is the first end-to-end, electronic invoice-to-pay solution and claims it will enable accounts payable organizations to cut the cost and time of traditional paper-based processes by up to 50 percent. The application has been enhanced to automate all the core functions of the accounts payable process – invoice receipt, validation, routing, dispute management, approval, payment and posting.
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