C.P. Hart eliminates paper processing problem with Open ECX’s eInvoicing solution
Luxury bathroom supplier C.P. Hary has tapped into an efficient way of managing increated sales through the adoption of an automated eInvoicing solution
The company, which offers traditional and contemporary bathrooms to both consumers and the trade, is utilising Open ECX’s ‘easy e-invoice solution’ to significantly reduce the need for its finance department to process paperwork – a laborious and time-consuming task.
The solution provided by Open ECX, the fastest growing electronic trading community in the construction supply chain, automatically converts and validates PDF invoices received from suppliers into XML files, integrating seamlessly with the business’ back office system, in C.P. Hart’s case, their BisTrack system.
Matthew Jones, CEO at Open ECX, added: “Our eInvoicing solution allows businesses like C.P. Hart to reduce costs, increase efficiency and streamline business processes without having to alter their existing back office system.
“This is achieved through an automated system that matches invoices to orders – significantly reducing the time spent processing high volume / low-value invoices. This greatly improves our clients’ e-invoice automation and compliance levels.
“There are also benefits to the suppliers, including certainty of invoice delivery, reduced number of disputed invoices and the receipt of more accurate order information. All they need is the ability to create a pdf invoice.
“Our system can do the rest, automatically validating and converting the suppliers. From C.P. Hart’s perspective, these documents are received and processed as if they were conventional EDI data files and processed directly into their core financial system.”
“Through Open ECX’s e-invoicing service we’ve been able to eliminate what was a non-value added and time-consuming task for our finance department.
This has enabled us to redeploy the new-found capacity to manage our growing sales workload rather than make any headcount reduction.”
Sam Tillin, System Administrator