Business Exchanges S.A., a subsidiary of Eurobank, also has the new electronic invoicing service (e-Invoicing) since 1 June.
In the context of developing new services that complement the object of its activity (completion of the companies’ supply chain) and in collaboration with Information Systems Impact, Business Exchanges, a Eurobank EFG subsidiary, enables each company to eliminate the archiving and dispatch of printed invoices, between the issuer and the recipient.
Through the e-Invoicing service, the issuer of the document is able to automatically and electronically archive and dispatch his documents, while the recipient is able to electronically receive and enter the document.
Businesses (document issuers / recipients) have multiple significant benefits from using electronic invoices:

  • Cost savings from the significant reduction or elimination of printing invoices (paper, toner, etc.)
  • Reduction of physical invoice archiving space (copies kept in electronic format)
  • Time savings from automation and optimization of the archiving and invoicing processes.
  • Human resources are utilized more qualitatively (instant and automatic archiving of electronic invoices).
  • Instant and organized manner for searching and retrieving archived invoices
  • Guaranteed and secure dispatch of electronic documents to the business’ customers and notification on the dispatch/receipt of electronic invoices.

Specifically, the services provided to Business Exchanges’ customers, which are constantly updated based on their needs, include:

  • Electronic Archiving Service (Archiving@BE) of invoices (and documents in general), which can be done by the service, or locally at the business
  • Paperless Electronic Invoice Service (Paperless@connect), which concerns the elimination of paper and the traditional method of dispatch (Hellenic Post, courier…) both by the issuer and the recipient.

Business Exchanges S.A. specializes in e-commerce issues. It was founded in 2001 for the purpose of promoting new forms of electronic corporate transactions, such as online tenders, electronic procurements, electronic price negotiations, etc.