If you are an eCommerce aggregator, or a channel driven business, you know the pains of Channel management and its cost impact on your organization. To start with, the onboarding process itself requires a good amount of paper, courier, etc. This paper driven process slows down operational processes and creates unwanted liabilities arising from damage and fraud/ With the requirement to collect a vast array of documents sometimes ranging from KYC proof to tax compliance certificates, an average onboarding process can take up to 25 days!
90% of all invoices worldwide are still processed manually.
Why do some businesses still use paper invoices, even as technology has made such advancement in recent times?
What companies need to do is first define and quantify the problem—and then evaluate how much better they could be doing with payment automation. This brings in the question of how do we truly Measure the Cost of Paper?
Broadly there are 3 costs associated:
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emSigner has recently completed another huge integration with Tally, the popular accounting platform for digitally signing invoices. Tally is a market leader in accounting solutions for mid markets and is sold in several countries across the globe. With this much-awaited integration, customers can quickly sign, transfer and check the authenticity as well as integrity of documents generated using Tally platform on the go.
Last year companies across the globe invested approximately $1.3 trillion on taking the digital route. But tragically, recent studies shows that nearly 70% of these endeavors had missed the mark, causing an accumulated loss of over $900 billion. (Source: Forbes)