Corporations are clamoring for open invoice networks. They want the ability to distribute and receive as many electronic invoices as possible, to and from as many companies as possible, without having to interface to a bunch of different networks. E-invoicing vendors have jumped into the fray, touting their own version of an open network. While these vendor networks have different approaches to things like invoice submission, user configurability, control, and integration, this is unquestionably a step in the right direction. For the sooner the industry can solve the interoperability issues between networks, the better. This article explains why.
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