Organisations that switch from paper-based invoicing to paperless e-invoicing can cut their carbon emissions by more than 30%. So says Basware, the global leader in networked source-to-pay solutions and e-invoicing. Its analysis shows that while reducing printing, distribution and paper manufacturing requirements does lower the carbon impact, most savings in emissions derive from greater efficiency of invoice handling, which, it says, can reduce electricity and computing costs. In other respects, emissions generated by computing are not a big differentiator, as most paperbased systems today involve scanning and handling by computers.
E-invoicing delivers 30% carbon saving
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