The European Union is at the forefront of driving the widespread adoption of eBilling. Thomson Reuters explains what it is and how it can add value to your department.
With eBilling you can eliminate the direct costs and process inefficiencies associated with the manual handling of paper invoices; instantaneously transfer all of the information in bills from law firm systems directly into the client system for spending/budget reports without any re-entry of data; and summarise key information in the bill, such as partner/associate/paralegal time to see at a glance whether law firm staffing is what you’d expect…
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