Lufthansa praises eInvoice module

Lufthansa, one of the largest carriers in Europe, has praised our eInvoice module, which enables electronic invoices to be exchanged faster and more easily between airlines and their suppliers.

eInvoice is part of a suite of collaboration services that represent an industry first — they enable airlines to receive digital fuel invoices, fuel tickets and tenders in a standardized XML format, through a single integration point: FuelPlus Cloud Integration Hub. This resolves a number of issues:

The result is faster payment and tender cycles, far fewer errors and more efficient teams.

 

What our customers say

Here’s what Ms. Franziska Lamass, Manager for Fuel IT Systems at Lufthansa, said about the system:

“We ran a proof of concept for exchanging electronic invoices through the FuelPlus Cloud Integration Hub with very satisfactory results. We were able to speed up the process of setting up connectivity between the systems and verifying invoices for the required XML invoice standard significantly. 

Usually this is a time-consuming and resource-intensive process. We benefit from the potential in driving onwards our group-wide strategy establishing standardization and automation through cloud-based solutions.

A significant benefit of the Hub is a continuously growing pool of suppliers sending electronic invoices by using one existing data channel to the Hub, which reduces the number of integration points to a minimum. As a result we can focus on the most important process steps: the processing of invoices for payment to our suppliers.” 


Find out more

To find out more about our eInvoice, eTender and eTicket solutions, you can download our data sheets or contact us for a demo:

 

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