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Insights from the 2017 Billentis report e-billing/e-invoicing: International market overview & forecast
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It’s our 5th year as a sponsor of the annual Billentis report, a research initiative that looks at developments & trends in the eInvoicing & eBilling arena.
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The report is a 150 page + tome of facts and figures. It’s the bible in terms of developments & trends in the eInvoicing & eBilling world
Companies looking for ways to get their customers to convert from paper bills to eBilling and consent to emails.
Dubbed ‘Pony Express’ for now, it is a service that allows customers to receive and pay their bills within the Gmail interface.
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There are over 500 billion bills/invoices exchanged globally each year according to the 2014 Billentis report.
Paperholics print documents to read later & they get all their statements and invoices through the post.
The reason that certain technologies become ubiquitous & other languish in the paperless adoption chasm, the issue comes down to the network
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The PR hype about Digital Mailboxes: just waiting for Google (through Gmail) to announce its intentions in this space.
To move the paperless dial you need the right model – but even that can be negated by a bad customer journey.
As many eBilling projects hit a plateau of customer adoption, the cost of turning-off each piece of paper increases
The bulk of eInvoicing will be done between SME’s and that they will most likely utilize PDF as the format and email as the transport layer.
Postal services are now looking at how they can adapt to the evolving communications paradigm…
No business can survive such a radical drop in demand for its services and hope to continue business as usual. Not even the Post Office
eBilling is “green” – everyone knows this. It’s a truism so obvious and self-evident that it is hardly worth mentioning.