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Oil Field Service Company Choses Amalto For E-Invoicing

Stallion Oilfield recently announced that it signed a multi-year contract with B2B integration and electronic document exchange services company Amalto Technologies. Stallion provides onshore workforce accommodations and related wellsite services to the oil and natural gas industry in the U.S.

According to a company statement, the move will help Stallion deliver eInvoices to its oil and gas operator customers.

“We are making the investments necessary to implement business process improvement technology across the entire organization to allow Stallion’s operations to run more efficiently.  We are hoping to make a step-change in how we integrate with our customers and are partnering with the industry’s B2B integration services market-leader Amalto Technologies to make that happen,” Stallion CFO David Schorlemer said.

Stallion is going to greatly benefit from Amalto’s e-Business Cloud, said Amalto CEO Jean-Pierre Foehn. It will be a great fit because of the number of customers Stallion has and the number of invoices they generate each year, Foehn said.

“We are seeing more and more companies adopt our SaaS solution to improve operations, free resources as well as reduce DSO and we couldn’t be more pleased that Stallion Oilfield Holdings has chosen to partner with Amalto,” Foehn said. “We look forward to supporting them.”



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