The SAP User's Business Case for Outsourcing E-invoicing Compliance

February 14, 2019 Gustavo Jimenez

What is the cost to SAP shops of building e-invoicing compliance capabilities in-house versus outsourcing them to a third-party vendor? The difference is considerable, as the information in this fact sheet demonstrates. 

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Gustavo Jimenez

Gustavo Jimenez is the Product Marketing Manager for Sovos’ solutions in Latin America and is based in Atlanta, GA. Gustavo is responsible for go-to-market strategy for Sovos LatAm Reporting solutions in countries with existing and upcoming eReporting mandates. He has more than five years of experience in eInvoicing, middleware integrations, and regulatory research. He works closely with the product management and development team as well as sales and marketing to facilitate compliance process transformations for Sovos clients. Prior to joining Sovos, Gustavo was responsible for marketing activities and strategy at Invoiceware International, a leading eInvoicing solution for businesses with operations in Latin America. He focused on the go-to-market strategy of their solutions as well as communications with the LatAm market about regulatory changes and new solutions.

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