Archive for Adoption

Ricoh’s innovative concept: Clickable Paper

May 30, 2012  |  Adoption, Events, Invoice Automation

Clickable Paper is a new planned cross-media service. It allows consumers to point an iPhone or Android smartphone at any printed surface and receive related online content. We believe that Clickable Paper, a service to link paper to digital information, can contribute to the adoption of e-invoicing

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Austria mandates structured e-invoicing as from 1 January 2014

A new Law had passed in the Austrian Parliament. As from 1 January 2014 this law impacts the way you send e-invoices to the Federal Austrian Government. From then if you deliver goods or Services to the federal Austrian Government, you have to send it as structured e-invoices

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Macedonia’s first steps to e-invoicing

May 16, 2012  |  Adoption, Europe, Government

The introduction of e-invoicing is on top of Macedonia’s to-do list in 2012. The Tax Policy Department and its Working Group have been assigned to fulfil this important task. They are technically supported by USAID through the Partners for Financial Stability (PFS) program

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Poland sets an example, starts e-invoicing coalition

May 15, 2012  |  Adoption, Electronic Invoicing, Europe

How is that for a change? Together with the 'Polish Confederation of private employers and companies' Orange Poland decided to create the coalition 'I choose the e-invoice (Wybieram e-fakture)' to promote the electronic payment of bills

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Largest Israeli port adopts electronic invoicing

In April 2012 Haifa Port launched a new service which will deliver invoices digitally and securely to all clients who choose to join. Those who want to take advantage of the service will be able to view PDF invoices in their mailbox on the Computerized Trading Processes in the Maritime Community site

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E-invoicing in Russia: ready, set, go!

May 9, 2012  |  Adoption, Government

After years of development the Russian administration decided on 11 April 2012 to fully embrace e-invoicing. However, a strict set of rules has been compiled for those who are brave enough to step into the twenty-first century

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Dramatic increase of e-invoicing in Finland

A recent blog post from Bo Harald showed a dramatic increase in e-invoicing adoption in Finland. He provided us with a graph that shows how e-invoicing literally exploded the last few years

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Swedish B2C E-billing adoption sours with a staggering 29 percent in a single year

April 17, 2012  |  Adoption, Electronic Invoicing, Research

We received a press release from a Swedish bankers association, stating that in 2011, the number of e-invoices sent to consumers connected to internet-banks increased by staggering 29%. In 2010 only 11% of Swedish customers accepted e-invoices. In 2011 no less than 40% of the consumers accept e-invoices

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EU E-invoicing Forum asks you: provide your top experiences and good practices

April 17, 2012  |  Adoption, Electronic Invoicing, Research

We like to inform you on a European survey and consultation on experiences and best practices in e-invoicing. Its immediate purpose is to gather a body of expert views about the current development of experience and good practice for e-invoicing in the European Union. The intention is to identify the necessary conditions for success ....

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Norway to accept only e-invoices as from 1 July 2012

Is it okay to mandate e-invoicing? That is one of the most debated issues when it comes to e-invoicing adoption. As of July 1st the Norwegian government decide tot only accept invoices from suppliers in electronic format. And also it has appointed service provider EVRY as a formal access point for all invoices in EHF format

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