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Kerry Group takes e-invoicing global with Tungsten

31 July 2014  |  1348 views  |  0 Source: Tungsten

Kerry Group, a leader in the food ingredients industry, has been processing invoices electronically in the UK and Ireland with Tungsten Network, the global trading network built on OB10 e-Invoicing, since 2006.

Having renewed its contract, Kerry is extending the benefits of invoice automation globally to include all its businesses across Europe, North America and Asia. Kerry Group is rolling out e-Invoicing, Purchase Order Services and Invoice Status Service with Tungsten to achieve straight-through processing and improve payment on time for suppliers.

"Following  a  thorough  review  of  the  market,  we  chose  to  continue working  with  Tungsten   Network  to  build  on  the  success  of  our  existing programme,"  says  Tom  Murphy,  Group  Chief   Procurement  Officer  at  Kerry Group.  "In  particular,  we  value the functionality of the Tungsten service, the  steadfast  focus  on  compliance  and  its  expertise  in  supplier engagement."

"Kerry  Group  has  shown  its  commitment  to  e-Invoicing over the past eight years by being both a buyer and a supplier on the Tungsten  Network,"  says Edmund  Truell,  Group  CEO  of  Tungsten   Corporation.  "We  are  delighted  to introduce  the  benefits  of  purchase-to-pay automation to Kerry's  operations and  suppliers  around  the  world,  and  help  strengthen  its  supply  chain through   our global trading  network."

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