- Software integration
- E-billing (B2C)
- Software integration
- Digital signatures
- Traditional EDI
- Pay per use
- Service provider
- Large companies
- Public organisations
As of next January, mandatory B2G e-invoicing will affect large companies as well as central and regional official bodies. The process will continue gradually until 2020, with the incorporation of small and medium-sized companies.
This means that all EDICOMNet platform users now have direct access to this retail giant, with no need for third-party intervention in their communications. This ensures more immediate and secure electronic document interchange.
Around 4000 professionals involved in the healthcare sector value chain will be attending the sessions, seeking technology solutions and responses to the NHS e-Procurement Strategy.
This White Paper discusses e-invoicing in LATAM and recommends a list of best practices for easy and simple implementation, as transparent as possible for the regular working processes of the companies concerned.
Within only 4 months, French public administrations and their larger suppliers and service providers will be required to issue e-invoicing in their business relations. Download the White Paper on e-invoicing in France for further details.
September 8 is the date set for the 3rd edition of FeRD in Berlin, Germany’s biggest e-billing forum. Organized by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi), it brings international experts together to discuss the future of e-invoicing in Germany.
The cooperation is not limited to the e-invoicing document or the B2G scope. The alliance with Swisscom will also serve to improve EDI connections in the B2B area, while optimizing trade and logistic relationships for the clients of both parties, with the fluid exchange of all types of EDI transactions.
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!
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.
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.