Esker Software will be showing visitors at Softworld how to ‘turbo-charge’
the cash conversion cycle through eliminating ‘document drag’ in invoice
processing and delivery.
Esker claims its DeliveryWare product will improve organisations’
profitability margins through enabling electronic delivery of all documents and
speeding up the cash conversion cycle.
‘Electronic invoicing eliminates document drag, enables a serious reduction
in overheads related to the printing, mailing, faxing and storing of invoices,
and seriously compresses the invoice-to-payment time”, said Bashrat Din, MD of
The software, which claims to cut business delivery costs by over 50%, also
provides outsourced mail, fax and email services to enterprises with a high
volume of billing documents in order to relieve them of the internal hassle of
processing and delivering.
Visit Esker at stand 332
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