More NewsEDS Introduces Interactive Billing Services in Europe

EDS Introduces Interactive Billing Services in Europe

Already leading the U.S. in the exploding electronic bill presentment marketplace, EDS (NYSE: EDS) launches its Interactive Billing Services in Europe this week, empowering major European corporations and government entities to deliver millions of invoices on the Internet. EDS becomes the first major Internet player on the continent to offer comprehensive electronic bill payment and presentment (EBPP) service that allows businesses to dramatically reduce their costs by scrapping paper invoices and sending interactive bills and statements using e-mail, corporate intranets and other Web-based applications.

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