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Swift to charge for paper bills in move to e-invoicing

29 November 2012  |  1489 views  |  0 Source: Swift

SWIFT started an ambitious Billing revamp programme at the beginning of 2012 to bring more efficiency and cost control into our processes, while contributing to our efforts in helping the environment.

From January 2013, all SWIFT invoices will be electronic. Paper invoices will be stopped unless you specifically request to maintain this service. Paper based invoicing becomes a billable service at 50 EUR per customer from May.*

Staff registered on swift.com with access to billing info will be informed when new invoices are available.
What's in it for you?

Faster access to invoices
Internal distribution is easy with PDF invoices
Less paper
Helps with archiving: invoices available online for 24 months
Support: invoices contain link to comprehensive FAQ

In addition to new e-invoicing, we are also putting in a place an easier and more structured approach for credit notes, with a reduced cycle time and an improved customer experience.

We encourage you to make sure all relevant people in your organisations are aware of these changes and have signed up for online access which is free of charge.

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