The new Directive sets out to ensure the acceptance by tax
authorities of eInvoices under the same conditions as for paper invoices
and to remove legal obstacles to the transmission and storage of
eInvoices. It also comprises measures to help tax authorities have their
taxes paid so as to better tackle VAT fraud. These include establishing
deadlines for the issuance of invoices, thus enabling speedier exchange
of information on intra-European Union (EU) supplies of goods and
Florida municipal utility, the City of Tallahassee, Your Own Utilities, exceeded its 3-year paper bill suppression target in just 10 months.
Reducing paper and postage through electronic billing is a top priority for municipalities and utilities. However, after more than 5 years, the industry average - for consumers agreeing to stop receiving paper bills - is less than 6%.
Liaison Technologies, a global provider of integration and
management services, today announced that it has extended its
archiving and signature service e-invoicing
capabilities by fully integrating with Anachron, a leading
provider of electronic invoicing solutions for the B2B and
Goodmail’s CertifiedEmail Enhances Deliverability and Trust for Striata Electronic Document Presentment and Payment.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. and New York, N.Y. - Goodmail Systems, the creator of CertifiedEmail™, the industry's standard class of trusted email, and Striata, a leading provider of secure electronic document delivery, today announced their partnership to launch and resell CertifiedEmail SecureDoc. The new solution enables companies to reliably deliver sensitive documents, such as bills and statements, as a securely encrypted email attachment. It also allows consumers to effect transactions, such as paying a bill, directly from within the email or attachment itself, with just one click.
WASHINGTON — The National Association of Water Companies’ (NAWC) 2009 Management Innovation Awards were presented by Donald L. Correll, president and chief executive officer of American Water and immediate past president of the NAWC Board of Directors at the 5th National Drinking Water Symposium on Oct. 13. These annual awards recognize new and innovative programs that promote better water service, wider recognition of the industry and improved utility management.
First prize went to United Water for its eBilling PUSH project; second prize was awarded to a subsidiary of American Water, Arizona American Water, for significantly reducing water consumption at its Northwest Valley Regional Water Reclamation Facility; and Suburban Water Systems, a subsidiary of SouthWest Water Company, was recognized with a third prize for its Suburban Residential Price Signal Index.