More NewsMicrogen Selected As E-Billing Service Provider To RBS Clients

Microgen Selected As E-Billing Service Provider To RBS Clients

Microgen, the business-to-business (B2B) e-Billing Service Provider, and The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) have entered into an agreement under which Microgen will supply e-Billing services to RBS and NatWest customers. The banks will promote Microgen to their corporate customers as their recommended supplier of B2B e-Billing services. David Jessop, Managing Director, Payment, Trade & Banking Services, RBS, said: ‘A key factor in choosing to partner with Microgen is that they have a proven service in the UK with over 1,000 organisations already sending and/or receiving invoices, statements, remittance advice notes and related billing documentation via the Microgen infrastructure on a regular basis.’

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