Australia wants an e-invoicing interoperability framework. What’s your say?

The Australian government, i.e. the Australian Digital Business Council (ADBC) wants to establish a national framework for e-invoicing standards, as outlined in its consultation paperĀ The e-invoicing Interoperability Framework.

The Australian eInvoicing Interoperability Framework is to consist of a set of policies, standards and guidelines to provide certainty on how various technology components should be used to extend e-invoicing to all Australian businesses. This is the first step to fully digitising the procurement lifecycle, which would provide efficiency benefits to Australian businesses and the economy as a whole.

The ADBC E-invoicing Strategy

The overarching strategy is to ensure that the entire business community has access to a range of competitive solutions able to exchange e-information. A nationwide framework will simply provide clear direction on how these solutions should work together.

The eInvoicing Interoperability Framework should provide certainty on how a prescribed set of established open standards can be used to extend e-invoicing to all Australian businesses, minimise the cost of implementation for software providers and enhance business interactions (especially for micro to small businesses) by making invoicing an automatic digital interaction.

The Digital Business Council invites you to read the frequently asked questions, review the first consultation paper(External link) and have your say by contributing your feedback(External link).

Your feedback will help provide efficiency benefits to Australian businesses and the Australian economy as a whole!

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