So you or your clients are generating invoices from your accounting package and emailing off the PDF invoice to your buyers. You’re already eInvoicing, right? Wrong.
In the same way that many other administrative processes have evolved, from cheques to internet banking, from spreadsheets to cloud-based accounting, the next is invoicing.
To find out how eInvoicing speeds up payment times, and improves accuracy and security, then tune into this webinar. It’s the logical next step for Kiwi business.
During this session, Stu Ross, from the eInvoicng team at the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment will explain what eInvoicing is, the benefits to you or your client’s business and how easy it is to get started.
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