Monthly Archives: March 2011

Up to EUR 18 Billion of Cost Savings Possible if Obstacles to E-invoicing in VAT Rules Were to be Removed.

The Economic and Financial Affairs Council of the EU has adopted a new directive that should simplify VAT invoicing requirements and seeks to eliminate any differences in the treatment of electronic invoices from paper ones. The key simplifications, of this … Continue reading

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Is Electronic Invoicing Dead?

Industry commentators have recognised that e-invoicing has moved on from purely data focused solutions. Advances in OCR technology have strengthened the ability of computers to interpret paper, so the need for suppliers to invest in switching to costly and complex … Continue reading

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New E-Invoicing Solution for SCS Multifreight Users

Ipswich-based supplier of freight-forwarding management systems, SCS, has integrated Digital Mailroom’s automated invoice processing service into its product. Following collaboration between the two companies, the combined technology allows SCS’s MultiFreight users to automate purchase invoices thereby reducing invoice processing costs … Continue reading

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DMR launches New Website

The new DMR website has eventually been launched albeit we’ve still got work to do. We’d like to thank all of our customers for their foresight and input to get us to this stage. We look forward to your comments … Continue reading

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Harper Office Reduce Invoice Processing Costs with DMR Accounts Payable Automation

Harper Office, leading London based office products dealer, announce they are successfully using the new Digital Mailroom accounts payable automation service for Progress®, which has removed all their manual data entry tasks. Streamlining the order fulfilment and logistics side of … Continue reading

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