2015 Local Government e-Invoicing Survey
2015 Local Government e-Invoicing Survey Report
The adoption of e-invoicing in the UK public sector is gathering pace, with studies showing that the use of this technology can save councils thousands of pounds each year. However, the UK National e-Invoicing Forum annual report earlier this year highlighted the work still required before the public sector can fully realise the potential of e-invoicing.
In light of the growing importance of this issue, this latest survey, carried out in association with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, the Local Government Association,and the UK National e-Invoicing Forum conducted research into the way in which organisations across the UK local government are moving towards e-invoicing. The survey respondents represent a broad cross-section of managers, head of department, directors and c-suite executives from organisations across local government, housing associations, fire and rescue, and police.
Key findings include:
- 56% of participants are currently unable to calculate how much each invoice costs their organisation to process
- 64% stated that they were not aware of how new legislation around e-invoicing would impact their organisation
- 39% of surveyed organisations are looking to invest in e-invoicing in the coming year
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