Edicom is a company dedicated to the development and implantation of high performance business-to-business (B2B) transaction systems. Specialists in consulting and EDI software development (applications and processes) and data integration (XML, EDIFACT, X12, XBRL, etc.), with our own Value Added Network EDICOMNet for secure information transfer, as well as solutions in the field of Continuous Replenishment (CRP) and Traceability. As Certification Authority we are able to deliver a world-wide solution for electronic invoicing, also with an advanced digital signature service. Outside Europe, Edicom delivers electronic invoicing solutions for countries like Mexico, Brasil, Argentina, Chile. Edicom dedicates an important part of its resources to research and development of new communications solutions and how to implement the latest technological breakthroughs.


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August 2016

  1. EDICOM leads European project to promote e-invoicing in public health

    DICOM will set up a multi-syntax solution for each of the participants, enabling them to process invoices in several standards. This platform will also comply with the European semantic interoperability specifications. The doors are open for interested parties to participate!

  2. EDICOM Resource center: LATAM E-invoicing status Q3 2016

    The EDICOM e-Invoicing Observatory has applied its knowledge to draft a guide with the requirements and technical features of the e-billing schema in different Latin American countries. Find out how to approach this technological challenge successfully with EDICOM’s White Paper.

  3. The e-invoice to be used as a secured asset in Colombia

    The Ministry of Trade and Industry of Colombia has joined forces with the major e-invoicing service providers, among them EDICOM, to ensure that the new electronic invoice acts as a securitised asset when companies ask for an advance on their payments from credit and financial institutions.

July 2016

  1. “E-invoicing has been the biggest change since the Romans”

    After a shaky start, the Spanish Ministry of Finance states that the process of implementation of this plan has been a success. At the moment, suppliers have sent nine million electronic invoices for a superior value of 46,000 billion Euro.

  2. Costa Rica aims for 100% B2B e-invoicing in 2017

    As it stands today, Costa Rican companies are not yet required to use e-invoicing through the Costa Rican IT infrastructure. The only ones joining the system do so voluntarily. However this may change quickly when e-invoicing becomes mandatory.

  3. Uruguay passed its first scheduled e-invoicing migration deadline

    More and more Uruguayan businesses are signing up to Because they have to. Last June 1st was the first deadline set by the General Tax Directorate (DGI) for 2016. Since then, all taxpayers that had sales to the tune of 30 million IU or more last year are required to issue VAT compliant e-invoices (CFE).

June 2016

  1. UK NHS e-Procurement Strategy: Key actions to take before 2016

    Due to the breadth of the project, an e-procurement strategy rollout is divided into different phases. The next deadline to be met is September 30, by which time suppliers must have PEPPOL/GS1 compliance plan, join a PEPPOL Access Point, assign the GLN code to suppliers and upload it to the GLN registry and add a GTIN designation to the products.

May 2016

  1. EDICOM Expert Analysis: PCRDD – The evolution of tax compliance in Mexico. [White Paper]

    In 2014, the SAT deemed it essential to create the figure of the PCRDD. These are authorized providers, and after overcoming various technical tests they are qualified as an alternative to the SAT portal for the receipt of digital tax documents.

  2. Towards mandatory B2G e-invoicing in France [White Paper]

    B2G e-invoicing becomes compulsory from January next year for large companies (more than 5000 employees) and all public institutions. Luckily, the French governmentprovides for gradual adaptation to tax dematerialization, lasting until 2020.

  3. e-Archiving expands electronic billing in Turkey

    Due to the compulsary e-archiving all the bills are generated and stored for a 10 year period. Forwarding can subsequently take place by different methods, depending on the technological capacities of each recipient.