- Software integration
- E-billing (B2C)
- Software integration
- Digital signatures
- Traditional EDI
- Pay per use
- Service provider
- Large companies
- Public organisations
New Spanish legislation allows for national, regional and local public administrations to have their own general point of entry for electronic billing. And also refers to the interoperability of services with the billing systems of suppliers. The aim of these steps is to provide greater protection for suppliers. Facturae takes this to the next level.
Electronic invoicing will be mandatory with the Spanish Public Administrationas of January 15, 2015, and there is still a lot of uncertainty around the new Law 25/2013 on promotion of electronic invoicing among Public Administration suppliers and service providers.
To provide an easy and simple answer to all these questions, EDICOM has set up a the website Facturae.com that brings together all the knowledge of the leading expert in developing electronic invoicing systems for use with the Administration.
Even though Turkey has its eye on being a member of the European Union, there are quite some differences. One such difference is the way e-invoicing is shaped. Firstly e-invoicing will become mandatory for certain companies as from 1 September 2014. Secondly, the Turkish Revenue Administration acts as a hub. Thirdly, e-signatures are required. And fourth E-invoicing Service Providers need formal approval. Time for an overview…
Ecuador is joining the Latin American Community mandatory e-invoicing compliance. Ecuadorian Resolution NAC- DGERCGC13 – 00236 for mandatory integration of Electronic Invoicing or Factura Electrónica affects several transaction documents (and therefore also industries): Invoices, Tax Withholding Receipts, Bills of Lading (Remisión), Credit Notes and Debit Notes. The mandate is required only for transactions that support tax credit of Value Added Tax. There are four deadlines currently in place for different Taxable entities in Ecuador.
As of June 6 2014, electronic invoicing will be mandatory for Italian ministries, the Tax Agency and state security bodies, as well as their suppliers. Other public agencies and their suppliers will have to join nine months later. So, the rollout of electronic invoicing in the Italian Public Sector will be completed by 31 March 2015.
The initial deadline for switchover completion was 6 June 2015, one year after the first stage was started up. However, the Decree-Law issued on 24 April in the Official Gazette brought this period forward two months.
EDICOM has a Permanent Electronic Invoicing Observatory. This observatory recently detected that Peruvian authorities want more fiscal control and want to modernize accounting management for SMes in Peru, by using electronic invoicing.
By updating its electronic invoicing platform in line with the requirements demanded by SUNAT, EDICOM can provide companies engaging in trading relations in Peru with a solution that automates the creation, sending and safekeeping of electronic invoices.
So, as of 1 April with the entry into force of Ministerial Decree nº 340/2013:
- the obligation of compliant electronic invoicing solutions extends to all businesses issuing electronic invoices.
- any company that do not use certified billing software, can be liable to penalties.
- all software developed in-house by companies will no longer be considered valid, even if it follows the XML file construction criteria with inclusion of the fields deemed mandatory by the tax authorities.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of electronic invoicing in Mexico. On January 5, 2004, the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, through the Official Gazette of the Federation, issued the first ever schema for the Digital Tax Receipt or CFD. Since then, approximately 9,000 million electronic billing transactions have taken place. This figure is set to grow in coming years as the CFDI becomes mandatory, making Mexico one of the most innovative countries in this area.
As of 1 August 2014, companies that charge for their services by standing order must meet the requirements concerning collection and safekeeping of the authorization stipulated in the SEPA regulations.
It is important to note that direct debits by standing order corresponding to new customers implemented without the necessary consent may be subject to return and refund during the 13 months following the unauthorized charge.
The EDICOM electronic consent publishing service automates the process of generating, sending and electronic signature of the authorization document.
Find out about their EDICOM SEPA Platform solution.
On December 16, 2013, AFIP published General Resolution 3571/13, listing the new production sectors which in the coming months must join the special regime for issuance and electronic safekeeping of original invoices.
The sectors to be mandatorily incorporated into the electronic billing system have been segmented into 6 different groups according to the type of activity they engage in. Gradually, all of them must migrate to the electronic billing system regulated by AFIP.