Deutsche Bank has entered a partnership withINTTRA, an e-commerce platform for global shippingcompanies. Starting in the fourth quarter, Parsippany, N.J.-basedINTTRA will allow global shippers and their customers to automateinefficient invoicing processes using Deutsche's electronic invoicepresentment and payment (EIPP) service, eBills. There areapproximately 150 million invoice transactions a year in the $260billion ocean container shipping industry, and the average cost perinvoice is estimated at $20 to $60. Electronic processing can morethan halve that cost, the bank says.

Feeling overwhelmed by the swings in financial markets?Northern Trust has enhanced the graphicscapabilities of the Fundamentals Dashboard that it provides toasset managers and institutional investors via Passport, its onlinedata platform. The enhanced graphics will help the bank's clientsto absorb large volumes of data and pinpoint anomalies, saysChicago-based Northern Trust.

Sabrix, a San Ramon, Calif., company thatprovides transaction tax management software, says the new releaseof its Sabrix Application Suite provides “enhanced taxdetermination logic” to help companies deal with the 2010 changesin regulations related to the European Union's Value-Added Tax(VAT). The latest release also includes automated rounding rulesand improved reporting performance capabilities.

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