More NewsBCE Emergis Links with Bank of America on B2B Invoice Presentment

BCE Emergis Links with Bank of America on B2B Invoice Presentment

Through this arrangement with Emergis, Bank of America will be able to offer its corporate, middle market and small business clients the ability to reap the benefits of EIPP with their trading partners, in multiple languages and multiple currencies. Clients will eventually have access to electronic invoice presentment and payment in North America, Europe, Asia and Latin America. Business clients and their trading customers will be able to replace labor-intensive and time-consuming activities with more efficient, real-time tools to manage their invoicing and payment process including dispute resolution and reconciliation. In addition, the Emergis e-Invoicing system will interface with Bank of America’s global payment systems, which will convert and channel transactions through the appropriate US orinternational payment system.

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