INTTRA links to Tradeshift for standardised electronic invoicing

2012 03 20

GLOBAL provider of e-commerce solutions to the ocean freight industry, INTTRA, and Tradeshift, an online electronic invoice network, have devised a method to enable carriers to manage invoices and resolve billing disputes on common electronic platform.

"Tradeshift brings affordable e-invoicing to companies by consolidating all their suppliers onto a single network in the cloud," said Tradeshift CEO Christian Lanng.

"Our alliance with INTTRA brings an integrated electronic invoicing solution to ocean freight carriers, forwarders, and shippers that enables them to implement effective and efficient electronic invoicing across their entire organisation. It provides for the complex ocean-specific invoicing and electronic dispute management that they require."

Said INTTRA chief executive Ken Bloom: "INTTRA eInvoice provides ocean carriers and their customers with electronic invoice presentation, automated matching of carrier invoices to estimates, and automated dispute management capabilities that can be implemented in concert with any electronic invoicing and payment system."

Source Shipping Gazette - Daily Shipping News

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