Switch to Electronic Invoicing with British Library On Demand now

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The British Library will be moving to a new Finance system next year and all invoices will be despatched by email.

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If you don’t already receive your On Demand invoices electronically, please will you provide us with your email address and Customer Codes so that you can take advantage of the benefits of e-invoices.

Benefits include:

  • Speedy delivery of your invoice
  • Fewer delays in processing by removing the time spent in mailrooms etc.
  • Ability to circulate the invoice around your organisation
  • Assistance in reducing the British Library impact on the environment

You can send your email address and Customer Code to us now at: customer-services@bl.uk

If you would like more information or have any questions about e-invoices please contact us.

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