With eBill, invoices arrive in the same place as where they are paid: the user'sown e-banking. Consumers no longer wishing to receive invoices in the mail can log into the e-banking of their respective bank and activate eBill. That way, they can save time and effort and cut down on their use of paper at the same time. The invoices are processed entirely digitally and stored securely and manageably in e-banking. The payment process also dispenses with the need to type in long sequences of numbers. Both consumers and companies profit from the benefits of the service. There are around 100 banks in Switzerland already offering eBill to their customers.

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About SIX
SIX provides and operates stable and efficient infrastructure for the Swiss and Spanish financial centers, thus ensuring access to the capital markets and the flow of information and money between financial market players. As a global provider of financial information, SIX delivers high-quality reference, pricing, corporate actions, and ESG data and provides regulatory services and indices to clients around the world. The company is owned by its users (more than 120 banks) with a workforce of 4,160 employees and a presence in 19 countries.