Taulia, the market-leading provider for supplier financing, has launched a new service designed to help companies who are not achieving full value from eInvoicing platforms.
The Taulia eInvoicing Rescue Service, launched today, provides free consultation for businesses whose eInvoicing and ePayment platforms are not delivering expected returns, and provides a solution guaranteed to meet, or exceed, businesses' original eInvoicing goals.
"So many companies adopt an electronic invoicing solution because they want to manage cash flow and reduce the cost of supply chain transactions, yet they find their platform does neither," says Taulia CPO Markus Ament. "Additionally, some eInvoicing platforms make it more expensive for suppliers, by charging fees on a per invoice basis, which reduces the likelihood that struggling businesses will enroll in the first place."
Taulia's eInvoicing Rescue Service is delivered in two parts. The first part features a business process consultation, conducted at no cost. This includes an eInvoicing Proof of Concept, demonstrating how eInvoicing solutions should actually work. The second part of Taulia's eInvoicing Rescue Service transitions companies to Taulia's eInvoicing solution, which is implemented in just three months and includes:
• A guarantee to migrate 100% existing networked suppliers, and double that number with new suppliers
• Entrance into Taulia's million dollar savings guarantee program
"Companies view eInvoicing as the end goal for a business, when it should really be seen as the first step in investing in a supply chain. Companies that provide supplier financing, which enables suppliers to choose to be paid early in exchange for a discount, strengthen relationships with their suppliers while adding millions of dollars to their bottom line," says Ament.
With Taulia, suppliers have a plethora of eInvoicing and self-service options and achieve true business value through using the Taulia portal. Suppliers can sign into the portal from anywhere, view and access all current and historic invoice and payment details, communicate electronically with their customers, and request early payments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.