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Ricoh to deliver Basware products

Ricoh to deliver Basware products

Financial automation solution provider Basware has entered an agreement with Ricoh to deliver its electronic invoicing and procurement solutions in New Zealand, the companies have announced.

According to a statement released by the companies, Ricoh will offer Basware’s technology “to help New Zealand businesses make the switch from paper-based invoices to...electronic invoice workflow.”

Basware offers automation solutions for the entire accounts payable process. Ricoh will also offer Basware’s procurement solution, according to the statement.

“Running and maintaining a robust accounts payable department is a huge challenge for many organisations,” says Cameron Mount, Ricoh’s general manager for business solutions, according to the statement. “By partnering with Basware...our goal is to help New Zealand businesses address these challenges.”


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