Electronic invoicing which is also known as e-Invoicing is the interchange of the invoice document between the supplier and the buyer in an integrated automated format. Conventionally, invoicing, was like a kind of heavily paper-based procedure, which is manually exhaustive and it is also prone to human error causing in increased cost and processing lifecycle for the companies. The growth of e-invoicing market is highly reliant on the growth of overall adoption of paperless invoicing model globally.
For purpose of in depth analysis, the e-invoicing market has been segmented on the basis of channels, end users and geography. Based on the used channel type, the market has been segmented into three types they are like B2B, B2G and G2B. Different end users of e invoicing include the consumer and business & government. Moreover, this report also provide cross functional analysis of all the above mentioned segment across different regions such as Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa and Latin America.
Continuously growing need to automate the invoicing procedure and to reduce the overall operational cost is a major growth driver for the e-invoicing market. Emergence of the public and private cloud computing is also acting as a key driving factor for the e-invoicing market. Therefore, the growing need of faster payment and processing cycle and enhanced account reconciliation are the main factor anticipated to catalyse the growing demand of e invoicing during the forecast period from 2017 to 2025. In addition, improved cash management, better dispute handling and alternative finance option is also anticipated to increase the demand of e invoicing in the upcoming years. In turn this is also projected to affect the e-invoicing market in a positive manner during the forecast period.
Some of the leading players operating in the e-invoicing market includes Ariba Inc. (The U.S.),IBM (The U.S.), Nipendo (The U.S.), ReadSoft (The U.S.), Taulia (The U.S.), TradeShift (The U.S.), Transcepta LLC (The U.S.),Cegedim (France), Comarch (Poland) among others.
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