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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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.

March 2016

  1. Towards VAT e-management in Spain

    Starting in 2017, more than 62000 businesses will be required to manage their VAT electronically. To ensure seamless adaptation, EDICOM has published a White Paper on the workings of the Immediate Information Sharing or IIS system

December 2015

  1. EDICOM first providers authorized by Mexico’s tax administration to receive digital documents (PCRDD)

    EDICOM also was the first provider authorized to issue electronic invoices (CFDI) by Mexico’s tax administration in 2010. With this new certification, EDICOM has become one of the main companies in the country to provide fiscal electronic data integration services.

  2. EDICOM Expert Analysis: B2G eInvoicing in Switzerland [download]

    Are you ready for this technological leap? Edicom is. And they are here to help you. This handbook reviews the most important technical and legal aspects of the Swiss administration’s new e-invoicing model.

  3. Spanish Public Administration already received close to 5 million e-invoices this year

    EDICOM announced that from January to October this year, 4,630,681 e-invoices were submitted via FACe, the general point of entry to the Spanish public administrations. The data from the Ministry of Finance and Public Administration (MINHAP) shows evidence of the gradual consolidation of this technology in Spanish companies.

November 2015

  1. Edicom connects its B2B2G e-invoicing solution to the Swiss public sector

    This new agreement reinforces the EDICOM Public Administrations HUB. Through it, users are guaranteed connectivity with public agencies worldwide. This makes it easier for multinationals to adapt to this increasingly widespread global system.

October 2015

  1. The need for permanent monitoring of Russian e-invoicing legislation

    In the first quarter of this year, the Russian Federation Tax Service modified the xml structure of certain e-documents. On February 2, Russia rolled out some changes in the legal waybill. Soon afterwards, on 4 March, the modifications to the e-invoice message came into force….

August 2015

  1. AFIP delays mandatory e-invoicing until 1 October 2015

    AFIP has unveiled that until October 1, 2015 all difficulties reported by taxpayers in meeting the e-invoicing obligation will be taken into consideration. This means that until that date, invoices issued on paper will continue to be valid.