14 million reasons to adopt e-invoicing in the NHS

By: Simon Murphy, NHS SBS Director of Finance and Accounting
Published: Wednesday, July 30, 2014 - 10:09 GMT

Since Francis Maude launched the ‘digital by default’ strategy in 2012, there has been a big public sector push to implement IT that could save billions of pounds a year.

Most commonly we hear about the adoption of cloud or the introduction of Bring Your Own Device policies as drivers of these cost savings, but we are now also seeing other solutions implemented to improve fundamental processes.

Take payments, for example. If you consider that a paper invoice takes approximately 20 minutes to process – wasting time and money – it…

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