Xign Corporation, a provider of electronic invoice and payment solutions, has announced the Enterprise Adapter for SAP, an intelligent software agent that integrates the Xign Payment Services Network (XPSN) with SAP R/3. The adapter enables SAP R/3 customers to migrate to an Internet-based, ePayables solution that streamlines payable processing, cuts working capital costs and strengthens supplier relationships. Xign says that XPSN is the first complete electronic invoice and payment service that automates all the core functions of the accounts payable process – invoice receipt, validation, routing, dispute management, approval and payment. The Enterprise Adapter for SAP supports standard SAP R/3 integration and also offers the ability to communicate with multiple SAP modules to facilitate the exchange of invoices, payments and remittance information between buyers and suppliers.
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