- Software integration
- E-billing (B2C)
- Software integration
- Digital signatures
- Traditional EDI
- Pay per use
- Service provider
- Large companies
- Public organisations
Contrary to what happens in the U.S., companies in Latin American must issue electronic invoices, which must respect the pre-established format and several other requirements that can vary in each country. To increase companies’ success, EDICOM developed a Latam e-invoicing solution.
The new regulations stipulate that all taxpayers registered for Value Added Tax (VAT) must join the system no later than July 1, 2015. This also applies to a small group of individuals and companies, regardless of their assessment status.
EDICOM’s accreditation as Access Point for the PEPPOL platform displays once again their commitment to worldwide interoperability. This way, users can link up easily with businesses and administrations from anywhere in the world.
As it stands today, many companies still have their reservations about the rollout of e-invoicing in Chile. For example, depending on the size of my business: When is the deadline for me to switch over to this new billing system? Which documents do I need to submit? How much does a digital certificate cost? …
As the 2015 sets in, several European countries are switching to mandatory (B2G) e-invoicing. The first of them was Slovenia. There, as of January 1, the Public Administration and its suppliers must use the Slovenian e-invoice (eRa?un) based on the eSlog XML Schema.
EDICOM joins the platform as a key partner in the Cargo XML area. They developed EDICOM Air, their e-Air Waybill platform, which automatically generates the cargo information based on the XML standards set by IATA.
Thanks to the EESPA Model Interoperability Agreement (MIA) between the two, the more than 13,000 Edicom clients can exchange over 400 million business transactions annually through its network.
“The the way e-invoicing in Chili operates is the most successful among all countries sharing this model”
Check out Ricardo Pizarro, Head of Taxpayer Support and Assistance and IRS spokesperson on all electronic invoicing-related issues in Chile, to find out his take on the process. What’s your opinion.
The Uruguay General Tax Directorate (DGI) calculates that the growth rate of e-invoicing in the country last year was around 24%. For 2015 the figure is expected to rise to 50%. These figures would make Uruguay one of the top 10 states in e-invoicing internationally.
With the SII (Suministro Inmediato de Información) system, taxpayers must submit details of invoices issued and received to the Tax Agency no later than 4 days after each billing. This means that the “record books” will be managed through the Tax Agency website.