PRLog - Sep. 22, 2010 - BANGOR, U.K. -- That is why electronic invoicing and payment services experts Fundtech are running a free webinar available to banks and financial insitutions to explore exactly what they need to do to get ahead in the E-Invoicing market.
The basis of the Webinar will be to explain what banks should be offering to their corporate clients and how they can implement these services quickly and simply to maximise benefits.
E-Invoicing does not only generate transactional revenue, it also gives banks the opportunity to further embed themselves into their corporate customer accounts – enabling them to better understand their customer’s cash flow situation, offer new and extended services, thus improving customer retention.
Banks are in the enviable position of having established relationships with corporate and can therefore be considered to be ‘off the starting blocks’ in the competitive race to offer E-Invoicing services. What banks need to do is to move quickly so that they don’t get left behind.
The time for E-Invoicing is now. To make sure you don’t get left behind register now for the free Fundtech Webinar, scheduled for Tuesday 28th September, 2pm BST. (3pm CET).
Visit this link to register for the Fundtech Webinar (https://fundtech.webex.com/
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Accountis Europe Ltd is an international provider of e-invoicing (http://www.accountis.com/
Founded in 2002, Accountis became part of the Fundtech group in early 2008 and processes over 1 million transactions every day. The Accountis trusted transaction network is used by many of the World's largest corporations to leverage existing systems and maximise efficiencies across the financial supply chain.