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13 Jun 2024  | London, GB

EY announces alliance with Esker to offer solutions to help automate customer and supplier invoices

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  • Helps increase productivity through significant savings in operating and overhead costs
  • Helps meet global control and e-invoicing fiscal compliance
  • Helps improve customer and supplier relationship with more transparency and traceability

The EY organization today announces an alliance between Esker, a leader in AI-driven process automation solutions for Finance, Procurement and Customer Service functions, and EY Services France to help provide clients with a cloud platform that automates the full Source-to-Pay and Order-to-Cash cycles, with a strong footprint in supporting and digitalizing customer and supplier invoices.

Given the big increase in demand for consulting and support services in the French market, Esker is prepared to offer comprehensive solutions, having met new e-invoicing French regulations required by the French Tax administration by September 1, 2026.

Esker’s cloud solutions, support and technological knowledge are complemented by EY Services France’s implementation and consulting capabilities to accomplish e-invoicing requirements and regulatory platform selection, deployment and Esker implementation.  

Emmanuelle Muller Schrapp, EY–Esker Alliance Leader, EY Services France, says:

“We are thrilled to continue our business relationship with Esker through establishing this Alliance. With the new legislation and unique respective positions of EY Services France and Esker, there are many possibilities to explore in terms of the Alliance’s strategic joint go-to-market approach in automating customer and supplier invoices.”

“Navigating the complexities of e-invoicing regulations is challenging," said Emmanuel Olivier, COO at Esker. "Combining EY Services France’s knowledge and Esker’s detailed and robust e-invoicing solutions will help ensure seamless compliance and leading-class invoice management. More importantly, our two organizations joining forces will accelerate the digital transformation in companies across the entire cash conversion cycle.”

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About Esker

Esker is a global cloud platform built to unlock strategic value for Finance, Procurement and Customer Service professionals, and strengthen collaboration between companies by automating the cash conversion cycle. Esker’s solutions incorporate AI technologies to drive increased productivity, enhanced visibility, reduced fraud risk, and improved collaboration with customers, suppliers and internally. Esker operates in North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia Pacific with global headquarters in Lyon, France, and U.S. headquarters in Madison, Wisconsin. For more information on Esker and its solutions, visit Follow Esker on LinkedIn and join the conversation on the Esker blog at

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