Majestic Wine have recently collaborated with EDI provider, First B2B, to deliver e-invoicing functionality in order to accommodate customer requirements.
Online PR News – 14-May-2019 – Chesterfield, UK – Majestic Wine is the largest specialist retailer of wine in the United Kingdom, and has recently collaborated with leading EDI provider, First B2B, to deliver e-invoicing functionality in order to accommodate complex customer requirements.
First B2B act as an intermediary between Majestic Wine and their clients in the processing and delivery of electronic invoices. The necessity to accommodate e-invoicing arose from a specific client requirement to issue invoices electronically, effectively ensuring that they could be received, understood and processed by their system seamlessly and efficiently. First B2B have now been providing electronic invoicing solutions to Majestic Wines for 12 months.
James Fenton of Majestic Wine Warehouses Limited commented on the relationship: ''We are perfectly happy with the service we receive from First B2B and their business solution that they provide. It allows us to serve the needs of our customers, whilst providing a cost and time-efficient service.''
After a successful collaboration on a previous project with Majestic Wine, First B2B were the first choice to deliver the e-invoicing system when the need arose, due to changes in the client's invoicing system.
With First B2B's advanced cloud technology, vendors within the food and drink sector are able to send and receive electronic invoices, with an integrated alerts system, within 41 seconds. The system minimises human error, accelerates payments and condenses processing lifecycles for companies, making it an invaluable business tool.
First B2B commented: ''First B2B are delighted to be collaborating with such specialists within the industry. Our own expertise within the food and beverage sector, combined with Majestic Wine's input, has ensured that we deliver a solution that benefits business processes and satisfies client requirements.''