July 7th, 2017

Make High Volume Paperless E-Bill Adoption a Reality

When we consider the environmental benefits of e-billing, eliminating 1.6 billion pounds of solid waste, lowering emissions of greenhouse gases by four billion tons, and saving 16.5 million trees annually1 to name a few, there is no question why driving e-bill adoption is top of mind for many organizations. If saving the environment is not the driving force behind your e-bill program, maybe it is the reduction in associated costs such as paper and packaging, labor, or time. Regardless of the reasons behind your adoption of e-billing, the challenge often faced by organizations is getting customers to adopt a new way to pay their bills.

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When we consider the environmental benefits of e-billing, eliminating 1.6 billion pounds of solid waste, lowering emissions of greenhouse gases by four billion tons, and saving 16.5 million trees annually1 to name a few, there is no question why driving e-bill adoption is top of mind for many organizations. If saving the environment is not the driving force behind your e-bill program, maybe it is the reduction in associated costs such as paper and packaging, labor, or time. Regardless of the reasons behind your adoption of e-billing, the challenge often faced by organizations is getting customers to adopt a new way to pay their bills.

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