How DHL, the world’s largest courier, made shift happen

April 19, 2019

DHL, one of Fortune’s “World’s Most Admired Companies”, is the world’s largest international courier and logistics company. Faced with myriad ERPs inherited from previous acquisitions, all using different templates, DHL encountered difficulties efficiently processing the 10 million invoices per year.

The Challenge:
Onboard all suppliers to enable quick invoice processing of 10 million invoices per year.
Enable compliant invoicing for global suppliers. Reduce the manual workload for the query handling team, which was bogged down with invoice questions.

See how Tradeshift dramatically improved DHL’s invoice processing and transformed the value accounts payable brings to the organization. 

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