Consigning Paper Payments to History

Leybourne, Georgia
September 2009
Credit Control;2009, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p11
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's insights on the use of the Direct Debit paperless payment system for business transactions of companies in Great Britain. She says that many companies rejects the use of this electronic payment system despite its benefits like streamlined business processes, less administrative overhead costs, and improve cash flow, due to the time consuming and arduous system shifting process. She argues that low cost automation can convince companies to adopt the system.


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