Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) June 07, 2011
OB10, the leading global e-invoicing network, and International Accounts Receivable Professionals (IARP), a not-for-profit guidance-setting association for the accounts receivable profession, will together host a free webinar on June 23 at 2pm EDT to share details of the 2011 accounts receivable survey as well as relevant perspectives from select AR professionals with companies such as OfficeMax, Custom Coils and more.
The webinar will uncover key insights such as the top three ways AR professionals deal with late payments and why they are effective, what AR professionals really think about transitioning to an e-Invoicing solution, which invoice submission methods are increasing in use and which are decreasing, and how AR professionals feel about the use of discount payment terms.
To register for the free webinar, simply go to https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/555925200
OB10 (http://www.OB10.com) is the leading global B2B e-Invoicing network. OB10 simplifies and streamlines the complex invoice-to-pay processes. Neither client organizations nor their suppliers are required to implement any hardware or software, and OB10 is independent of data file formats. OB10 can reduce the cost of paper invoice processing by typically 60 percent and can deliver an ROI in less than a year if the program follows OB10’s best practice guidelines. Operational across Europe, North America and Asia, OB10 is compliant with the requirements of VAT, tax and e-Invoicing legislation and receives invoices from suppliers in 137 countries. To ensure unrivalled and rapid supplier enrollment, each new customer’s suppliers are supported by an implementation services team responsible for getting them up and running on the OB10 network.
Customers include: Agilent Technologies, Aviva, Barclays, BP, Cargill, Deutsche Lufthansa AG, DHL, DSG International, Fisher Scientific, General Motors, GlaxoSmithKline, Hewlett Packard, Hertz, IBM, Imperial College, Kellogg’s, Kraft, Logica, Mohawk Industries, Motorola, Pfizer, SaraLee, Schneider Electric, Shaw Industries, Steria, Tesco, Unilever and US Federal Government.