More NewsPPG Adopts BCE Emergis Electronic Invoicing Solution

PPG Adopts BCE Emergis Electronic Invoicing Solution

PPG Industries, Inc. has signed a multi-year, multi-million dollar agreement with BCE Emergis Inc. for B2B electronic invoice presentment and payment solutions. PPG is one of the first companies in the chemical industry to use web-based invoicing technology, and follows a growing number of other market leaders who are implementing this technology, known as Emergis(R) e-Invoicing. Through its 16 strategic business units , PPG generates over 6 million invoice transactions per year in North America, and expects to deliver substantial added value to its customers while generating productivity improvements.

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