Nordic financial technology firm TietoEnator and Seeburger, a German integration specialist, have embarked on a global cooperation to focus on electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) and long-term archiving, which complement Seeburger’s service offering and bring TietoEnator’s e-invoicing network to new customers. The cooperation makes TietoEnator’s on-demand services for e-invoice exchange and archiving available to Seeburger’s Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) outsourcing customers. The new joint service already has its first customer, a leading company in the packaging market. Bernd Seeburger, founder and CEO of Seeburger, said: “By using TietoEnator’s e-invoicing service with Seeburger’s EDI outsourcing services, our common customer can optimise its invoice handling processes, as well as take care of tax and legal compliance requirements.”
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