E-invoicing is shifting from a ‘nice to have’ to a ‘must have’ solution for businesses. Whether that be because of government regulation, or because of how the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the failures of paper-based accounts payable processes. Yet shortlisting and selecting an e-invoicing provider isn’t straightforward. The market is severed by a diverse set of vendors with varying value propositions. And finding the right fit for your business is crucial. Both to ensure the success of your accounts payable transformation project, and to give you the opportunity to get more strategic in the way you manage and build value from your supply chain.
In this report, Gartner explains how different vendors approach e-invoicing and shows you the three steps to find the right fit for your business. You’ll also learn:
- How to identify your e-invoicing goals
- How to map analyze and evaluate vendors
- How to maximize your return on investment
Gartner: 3 Steps to Creating an E-Invoicing Vendor Shortlist
By Kaitlynn Sommers, Director Analyst & Balaji Abbabatulla, Sr Director Analyst
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