- Software integration
- E-billing (B2C)
- Software integration
- Digital signatures
- Traditional EDI
- Pay per use
- Service provider
- Large companies
- Public organisations
Mexico is streets (en probably blocks) ahead of Europe, when comes to e-invoicing. Now, Mexico is taking another step: e-accounting. Or in Spanish: Contabilidad Electronica, in short: eContabilidad. Now, the fact that something becomes mandatory, doesn’t necessarily means that it gets easier or simpler. In this article EDICOM discusess the challenges that comes with Mexican eContabilidad.
Edicom states that it is the first PAC in Mexico authorized by the SAT. Their electronic invoicing solutions are designed to meet all legal requirements, while enabling users to take full advantage of the CFDI. In addition, EDICOM is endorsed by certificates such as ISO, SOX and NOM151 (electronic notary).
It is estimated that with Facturae they would have saved roughly 40,000 Euro. For this reason, the provincial agency is promoting several information sessions for businesses and local authorities, to help promote electronic invoicing, even before the compulsory start-up scheduled for January 15, 2015.
As we’ve mentioned before, some 7500 large companies in Chile with annual revenue of over 100,000 UF must start issuing their invoicing electronically as from November 2014 using the Electronic Tax Document (DTE). And as from 1 February 2017, all Chilean businesses have to use the Chilean e-invoicing infrastructure.
To help roll out Facturae more smoothly, EDICOM made a video that sums up in just 2 minutes everything you need to know about Facturae before taking the technological leap. In it, Miguel Soler, Pre-sales Department Manager from EDICOM, explains Spanish B2G e-invoicing, what its advantages are and how to ignite adoption.
As with e-invoicing in Latin America, EDICOM is rapidly expanding. After opening office is seven countries, the Bogotá office in Columbia is the eighth base of operations of the EDICOM Group. It also shows that EDICOM is firmly committed to internationalisation for over a decade now. This expansion will allow greater service provision to the company’s more than 13,000 clients.
Through the Murcia Region portal, the Murcian Health Service now offers its suppliers a platform for the processing of invoices by electronic means, fulfilling the criteria of Law 25/2013, such as the receipt of invoices in Facturae 3.2 format and the creation of a general point of entry for invoices, where the documents will be received and registered.
Circular 18/E of June 24, 2014 contains important clarifications and some simplifications to the electronic invoicing procedure. In particular, the Italian Revenue Agency has defined the concept of “business control” for the first time: a system to guarantee the main requirements of the authenticity, integrity and legibility of an electronic invoice.
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.