Edicom

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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June 2015

  1. Peru has started with issuing electronic bills of sale

    In a new measure to bring the digital society one step closer, Peru has started issuing electronic bills of sale. This should decrease the use of paper to make operational procedures more efficient therefore reducing economic costs.

  2. Edicom Expert Analysis: E-invoicing in Argentina [Download]

    Diana Salazar, head of sales at EDICOM in Argentina, used her expert knowledge of the technical and legal requirements of e-invoicing in Argentina to help draft a free practical guide to electronic invoicing in Argentina.

  3. Edicom Resource Center: Everything you need to know about SAFT-PT

    André Menezes, EDICOM International Sales Manage and one of the leading experts in the SAFT-PT e-invoicing system shares it business and technical thoughts on this mandatory B2G e-invoicing system in Portugal.

May 2015

  1. Are Spanish regions grappling with the adoption of mandatory e-invoicing?

    3 regions are not yet offering e-invoicing, 3 regions use an e-invoicing solution that is provided by the central government and 11 regions have developed their own e-invoicing software. And the solutions are not always interoperable, making it for companies hard to comply.

April 2015

  1. Peru accredits EDICOM as Digital Certification Service Provider

    EDICOM is now part of the Trusted Service List (TSL) which includes all Digital Certification Services Providers (PSC). With this accreditation, EDICOM no longer has to depend on third parties in any of the e-billing process phases.

  2. Expanding Your Company to Latin America

    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.

March 2015

  1. Argentina: e-Invoicing mandatory for all VAT-registered businesses as of 1 July 2016!

    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.

February 2015

  1. EDICOM becomes EU PEPPOL access point

    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.

  2. 10 things you need to know about e-invoicing in Chile

    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? …

  3. EDICOM is now a certified provider for Slovenian B2G e-invoicing

    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.