OB10, an electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) network, is launching the latest version of its customer portal to enhance the user experience, bring further efficiencies and transparency to the purchase-to-pay process, and deliver ground-breaking new services.
Based on feedback sought from thousands of accounts payable (A/P) and accounts receivable (A/R) customers, the portal offers users closer collaboration, greater personalisation, and enhanced self-service support and visibility into the invoicing process. This follows closely behind OB10’s recent transition to a Linux/Red Hat core-processing architecture that has accelerated system performance and offers near-infinite scalability.
“This is a major milestone for OB10 and signifies a step change in the speed at which we can bring user-centric services to market,” said Luke McKeever, chief executive officer (CEO) at OB10. “This latest version allows us to further differentiate our offering, and transform the way organisations think about and implement e-invoicing solutions. Combining a revised back-end architecture with our redesigned front-end platform enables the agile deployment of new capabilities and features.”
Building on the strength of the OB10 network, users will also be able to improve their cash flow and working capital through early payment discounts and supply chain finance (SCF) options, quickly extending the benefits from electronic invoicing across their network of trading partners.
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