As part of Marsh & McLennan Companies' on-going efforts to enhance the way we do business with our suppliers, Marsh & McLennan Companies is actively urging you to switch to electronic invoicing with Tungsten Network.
The changes Marsh & McLennan Companies are implementing will see the end of paper as the way of receiving and managing Accounts Payable, with electronic invoicing becoming the standard.
Marsh & McLennan Companies is partnering with Tungsten Network, the global electronic invoicing platform.
Please note that Electronic Invoices are currently supported for the following MMC Operating Companies.
Thank you for your patience during our implementation process. You can now start sending your MMC invoices through Tungsten Network.
By joining Tungsten Network, you will experience greater efficiencies from Marsh & McLennan Companies' Accounts Payable department. This initiative is key to our strategy moving forward and we are confident you will see significant benefits to your business.
Registering on the Tungsten Network, you will experience greater efficiencies from Marsh & McLennan Companies' Accounts Payable department processing your invoices. We are confident you will see significant benefits to your business including:
Tungsten Network, the world's largest electronic trading network, connects buyers and suppliers around the world. With no hardware or software to install, Tungsten Network offers two easy methods to electronically send your invoices:
The Tungsten Network Integrated Solution that accepts a data file from your accounting system (recommended for suppliers who send a high volume of invoices)
The Tungsten Network Web Form invoice solution (recommended for suppliers who send a low volume of invoices)
Marsh & McLennan Companies' e-invoicing programme means that every supplier should register with Tungsten Network today. If you have already been in talks with the Tungsten Network enrolment team, please direct any questions to them and they will register you for the service that suits your company's needs.
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