Shaws, a US supermarkets chain, has selected the Xign Payment Services Network to automate its paper-based accounts payable processes. The Xign Payment Services Network, or XPSN automates the core functions of the accounts payable process, including invoice receipt, validation, routing, dispute management, approval and payment. According to Xign. Users of its XPSN platform can cut the cost and time of traditional paper-based processes by up to 50 percent and capture all available early payment discounts. The Xign ePayables solution will enable Shaw’s network of suppliers to submit invoices and receive payments electronically.
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