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Report says Irish gov't may switch to e-payments

A report commissioned by the Irish government recommends a move to e-payments which could save €200 million a year. However, the report highlighted a number of problems which must be overcome before the change can take place.

Source: ElectricNews

According to a report, the Irish government will be presented with a plan to switch entirely to e-payments, a move that would save EUR200m per year.

That recommendation, made public in a Sunday Times article, is contained in an Accenture report

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