More NewsNew Release of Xign Epayables Solution Upgrades Invoice, Payment Features

New Release of Xign Epayables Solution Upgrades Invoice, Payment Features

Xign Corporation has released a new version of its B2B ‘ePayables’ solution, Payment Services Network (XPSN) Release 4.0. New to the XPSN 4.0 is an advanced supplier portal featuring one-click access to consolidated billing and collection information; electronic workflow for streamlining invoice approval processes within accounts payable; electronic reimbursements of employee expenses; electronic garnishment payments with full remittance detail for states; and support for Canadian payments. The Xign Payment Services Network is designed to automate the complete invoice to payment process and links buyers and suppliers in a secure, electronic settlement network. Xign customers include Bristol-Myers Squibb, Armstrong World Industries, Sprint and T-Mobile.

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