Archive for Electronic Invoicing

Electronic signatures still required in B2G e-invoicing in Spain [guest post]

Before Directive 2010/45/EU e-invoicing in Spain mandated that bills to be signed with a qualified electronic certificate, using a secure signature-creation device; hampering the adoption of electronic invoicing in Spain. However to date the Spanish e-procurement law still requires qualified e-signatures. So how does this add up?

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Aerospace manufacturer selects Invoiceware for Brazilian e-invoicing

By taking advantage of Invoiceware International's SAP Hybrid Cloud solution for Brazil Nota Fiscal, this manufacturer is eliminating the project and IT burdens caused by the constantly changing regulations, now as well as in the future.
Invoiceware International's electronic invoicing solution for Brazil Nota Fiscal requirements provides Hybrid Cloud Service and 24x7x365 Multi-Lingual Enterprise Support

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9 E-invoicing and AP Automation bites you may have missed last month

We continuously collect news items that for some reason don't make it to a full post here at the E-invoicing Platform. News from the world of on e-invoicing, payments, invoice automation, order to cash, purchase to pay, compliance or e-procurement. And because we do want to give you the opportunity to get informed about what is going on all over the world, we provide you with this news flash.

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Sigma-Aldrich selects Invoiceware to simplify Brazil’s Nota Fiscal E-Invoicing compliance

Sigma-Aldrich selects Invoiceware to simplify Brazil’s Nota Fiscal E-Invoicing complianceInvoiceware International has been selected by Sigma-Aldrich, a leading Life Science and High Technology company whose biochemical, organic chemical products, kits and services are used in scientific research and as key components in pharmaceutical, diagnostics and high technology manufacturing, to lower the cost and risk of maintaining compliance with Brazil’s Nota Fiscal legislation.

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Continental Tire selects Invoiceware for Compliant E-Invoicing in Chile

Invoiceware International has recently been selected by Continental to lower the cost of implementing and maintaining Chile’s DTE and Libros Reporting requirements that are set to take effect as from 1 November 2014.
The Invoiceware International solution simplifies Chile DTE & Libros Reporting compliance

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Cegedim my-invoice: e-invoicing for French SOHO and SME's

Cegedim my-invoice: e-invoicing for French SOHO and SME’s

July 9, 2014  |  Adoption, Electronic Invoicing

Cegedim, a global leader in paperless Europe, introduced MY-Invoice in 2012. It is an electronic invoicing solution especially tailored to service the specific needs of SOHO and SME’s that are looking for an easy to implement solution that ensure secure exchanges with their clients. In other words: A simple and reliable paperless solution that optimizes the customer-supplier relationship.

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Spain decentralises B2G e-invoicing entry points. Facturae helps out

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.

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Germany releases exhaustive B2G e-invoicing implementation guidelines

On May 26, 2014 European directive on electronic invoicing in e-procurement came into force. The new directive makes it mandatory for public authorities to receive and process electronic invoices in public procurement.
This guide is intended to provide a sound basis for the measures necessary to implement the Directive. It is a comprehensive compendium on the use of electronic invoicing in public procurement.

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Ground breaking! New Spanish law FORBIDS forced B2C e-billing

Ground breaking! New Spanish law FORBIDS forced B2C e-billing

On 13 June 2014 new Spanish legislation came into force. Under the Act, the paper should be the default option for all consumers' bills. Switching to e-billing requires express consent. Any consumer freely revoke its consent and re-receive paper bills. And companies can't charge for paper bills. To activate this legislation a nation wide new initiative was launched, called 'Yo Decido Como Recibo': I decide how I receive. All in all, ground breaking.

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TIE Kinetix takes over Dutch B2G e-invoicing portal

July 7, 2014  |  Electronic Invoicing

TIE Kinetix has been involved in developing the e-invoice portal managed by public authority Logius from the start and will now continue to develop and expand the platform. As Logius decided to stop the exploitation of this portal, TIE Kinetix took over.
The main reason for the transfer from the government is that the government has been obtained its initial ambition: lowering the threshold to start sending e-invoices to government agencies and businesses.

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