Taulia, an e-invoice specialist, and e-invoicing network OB10 have partnered to create a purchase-to-pay solution that integrates seamlessly with SAP. Taulia chose to partner with OB10 due to its e-invoicing expertise, supplier enrolment, quality of service and global business community.
Taulia’s Invoicement Suite is a certified add-on to SAP, giving benefit to accounts payable (A/P), treasury and suppliers. The key element of the suite is dynamic discounting, which enables companies to offer discounts on invoices that didn’t originally offer them, and to save a potential of up to 0.5% on their annual spend.
Bertram Meyer, chief executive officer (CEO), Taulia, said: “We are proud to be able to complement the OB10 network with a solution that allows customers to benefit from offering dynamic discounting and supplier self services – and to do so without a lengthy project or additional investments in IT-Infrastructure. After developing the Invoicement Suite, we were determined to choose a partner with a global network, a world-class supplier enrolment process and cutting-edge technology.
OB10 is the market leader offering the best value proposition along those dimensions and therefore is an ideal choice for us. We are confident that together we are able to offer a unique value proposition very attractive to both our existing and new customers.”
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