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Compliant e‑Invoicing with Forrester Research

Featuring Meng Liu, senior analyst with Forrester Research

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Finding it hard to keep up with rapidly evolving e-Invoicing regulations? Wondering if there is a better way? You are not alone.

Today’s global manufacturers work with suppliers located across the globe. Nearly every country that has adopted electronic invoicing (e‑Invoicing) has their own distinct regulations around everything from archiving to digital signatures to value added tax. How can companies pay supplier invoices as quickly as possible while navigating the variances in requirements?

Hear from our guest speaker, Meng Liu, senior analyst with Forrester Research, to find out how to easily keep up and improve cash flow across the supply chain. Meng will offer his insights on the market and discuss:

  • The top B2B payment priorities among manufacturers
  • Why seamless integration and payment automation are e‑Invoicing imperatives
  • What to look for when evaluating e-Invoicing providers
  • What technologies your peers are adopting to make e‑Invoicing easier and compliant

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Meng Liu, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research

Meng’s research focuses on fintech, payments, banking, and fraud management research. He has provided advice to over 30 global leading financial institutions and fintechs based on his research and expertise. His reports are frequently quoted by mainstream media, including Forbes, CNBC, The Business Times, and Bank Innovation. He has spoken at global financial services events such as Sibos and Hong Kong Fintech Week, as well as on news networks including CNA. He has been named one of the “Top 100 Global Influencer Voices In Fintech.” Before joining Forrester, Meng worked for both traditional banks and emerging fintechs in the US and China. He worked for the transaction banking division at ICBC, the largest bank in the world, and Ripple, the silicon valley fintech unicorn. Meng has an MBA degree from University of Rochester, New York and a BA degree from China Foreign Affairs University, Beijing. He is trilingual in Japanese, Mandarin, and English.

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