Consumption is a key activity in so-called market economies, like ours. In fact, the market is just that, the consumption space where the various agents transact offering and demanding goods and services. So consumption operates as a catalyst for economic activity, and we even associate it with levels of social welfare. Assuming its relevance, it is pertinent to monitor its behavior.
Among the benefits of the extension of electronic payment and invoicing methods, the generation of a relevant volume of data on socioeconomic behavior stands out, which, processed, generate genuine quality information, monitoring reality. The Scanntech firm issues a . . .