We will be sharing statistical analysis and lessons learnt from over 10 years’ experience in supplier onboarding that will help companies get to over 90% electronic.
London (PRWEB) November 27, 2011
OB10 (http://www.ob10.com), the e-Invoicing network, is bringing together its European buyer customers on 1 December to share and build on their e-Invoicing experiences, influence the OB10 product-development roadmap and discuss onboarding techniques with key suppliers.
Featuring some of the industry’s biggest success stories and most experienced commentators, the event will enhance users' investment into e-Invoicing and accelerate adoption in Europe.
For the sixth year running, OB10 has crafted an agenda built on direct customer feedback. Topics under discussion include the OB10 product roadmap, the results of the 2011 supplier survey, a review of the evolving European agenda, and an update from PwC on the legal and compliance landscape. In addition, Unilever will walk through its e-Invoicing journey.
A significant part of the day is dedicated to supplier enrolment, which includes a panel session chaired by Susie West, CEO at sharedserviceslink.com, where suppliers will share their perspectives on electronic invoicing. “The success of e-Invoicing relies on both suppliers and buyers being ready to transact electronically,” said Luke McKeever, CEO at OB10. “Our panel session will help both parties gain a better understanding of how they can help each other make the transition. We will also be sharing statistical analysis and lessons learnt from over 10 years’ experience in onboarding that will help companies get to over 90% electronic.”
The day ends with the presentation of four OB10 Green Awards to customers who have had exceptional success in getting rid of paper invoices over the past 12 months.
“We are looking forward to welcoming customers from across Europe to London’s Royal Festival Hall,” said McKeever. “This is an invaluable opportunity for companies on the OB10 network to have their say on how we can improve our service and learn from their peers.”