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UK Construction Act Overview: Take Control of Subcontractor Payments

Last Updated by Colin Darch, Business Process Consultant, Open ECX

The UK Construction Act Begins to Bite

The payment provisions in the UK Construction act have been designed to impose structure, clear timelines and defined areas of responsibility into what is one of the most contentious parts of the contractor – subcontractor relationship.

This framework, in combination with a revamped dispute resolution process designed to give both sides access to rapid adjudication, means that contractors need to develop a firm understanding of the payment process and their responsibilities within it.

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The new ‘Duty to Report on Payment Practices and Performance’ legislation comes into force April 2017

Last Updated by Colin Darch, Business Process Consultant, Open ECX

Why businesses should treat the new ‘Duty to Report on Payment Practices and Performance’ legislation as more than a tick box exercise

Under new Government legislation coming into force in April 2017, large companies will soon be asked to report on their payment practices, policies and performance every six months. While compliance is mandatory, there are commercial incentives available to those businesses that treat the new Government legislation as more than just a tick-box exercise.

The new duty to report will make a whole host of large companies’ payment-related information publically available for the first time.

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Simple e-Invoicing via PDF

Last Updated by openecx-admin

Open ECX provides a supplier-friendly way to send and receive electronic invoices. Non-disruptive to your supply chain and simple to use – Open ECX guarantees high adoption rates. As most finance applications can automatically generate and email PDF invoices, suppliers are finding this approach an easy-to-use and low-cost way to automate, reduce costs and go paper-free. However, most receiving organisations still have to print the invoice in order to process it. Open ECX solves this problem for you. Invoices that are received via email are automatically converted into e-invoices, ready for processing.

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OpenECX Has Arrived!

Last Updated by openecx-admin

Our 3rd generation trading hub automates P2P and O2C business transactions, providing complete visibility throughout the process – from invoicing to purchase orders. Transactions are validated, costs are reduced, while email and text messages alert users to key events.

Our experienced on-boarding team are focused on making things happen – whether working with your supply chain to bring them on to the eHub3 or using our unique ‘PDF to XML’ conversion technology.

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