SEPA: Sage embraces the convenience

For Irish businesses exporting and importing across Europe the introduction of Sepa will make cross-border electronic payments in the 33 participating Sepa quicker.

14th September, 2013
Chris Stonehouse, category manager, Sage UKI: 'Sepa will improve back office efficiencies.'

For Irish businesses exporting and importing across Europe the introduction of Sepa will make cross-border electronic payments in the 33 participating Sepa quicker, easier and less expensive.

"Sepa will improve back office efficiencies as the only detail you will need will be the creditors Iban and Bic, as long as they are in the 33-country Sepa zone," said Chris Stonehouse, category manager, Sage UKI.

"The legislation gives everyone, both businesses and consumers control of their finance....

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