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We are happy that UnifiedPost has once again become a sponsor of the E-invoicing Platform. UnifiedPost was founded in 2000 and has grown very swiftly over the last years. UnifiedPost started as a platform for document management. Over the years, UnifedPost has acquired several companies creating the group of companies it is today. UnifiedPost employs over 200 people working across Europe on a BPaaS platform based upon the basic components Document, Payment, Identity, all available in their own community.Read More
To promote the adoption of UBL and the benefits of UBL e-invoicing, a free label has been developed that (1) allows organisations to communicate their ‘UBL Readiness’ to their respective customers and supplier, called: ‘UBL Ready’, and (2) provides support for organisations that want to implement UBL e-invoicing. To become UBL Ready an organisation has to proof that it can either import the validated demo files of other UBL Ready participants, or produce a UBL+PDF e-invoice file that –after validation- can be imported by other UBL Ready participants. All in all, applicants only have to perform five or less steps to become UBL Ready! This way UBL Ready promotes easy, free, flawless, seamless exchange and processing of e-invoices!Read More
The European Commission mandated the European Committee for Standardisation (CEN) to define the European E-invoicing European standard. Following intense deliberations, CEN announced that the invoice model and its syntaxes received unanimous approval. However massive adoption of the new standard, is no easy task.Read More
It is expected that on 28 June 2017 the 2017-3 CEF Telecom call will be opened. Expected, because the time frame is set on 'indicative', meaning that the opening can be rescheduled to a later date. That is also what happened with the previous e-invoicing CFP. The e-invoicing CFP budget is also set at an indicative €10 million. Indicative, but still: substantial.Read More
B2BRouter is a simple online solution provided by Invinet that enables companies to send electronic documents through the Pan-European PEPPOL network, recommended by public administrations in Europe and mandated by the Department of Health in England. For SME suppliers, you can set up your clients on the B2BRouter portal, receive notices of incoming PEPPOL orders by email, flip orders into outbound PEPPOL invoices and send them through the PEPPOL network, at the touch of a button, for a small annual fee.Read More
We are delighted to again welcome an e-invoicing service provider as sponsor of the E-invoicing Platform. This time we give the floor to Buzon E, from Mexico
Buzón E is a Mexican subsidiary of Grupo Estafeta, focused on automating and optimizing business processes (BPM) and processes which involve the exchange of tax and non-tax electronic documents in order to help companies improve their communication, productivity and become more profitable by joining a world paperless community.
Stefan Engel-Flechsig wrote a post announcing that France and Germany are working on a common e-invoicing format. The co-operation mainly focuses on two areas: first, the question of a common Franco-German accounting form, which can be used in the same way in both countries and takes into account the requirements of the future EU accounting form. On the other hand, both forums have dealt with the legal requirements of electronic invoices and the audit by the auditors in the two countries.Read More
We are delighted to again welcome an e-invoicing service provider. This time we give the floor to SNI, from Turkey SNI is a computer technology corporation focused on e-invoice, e-ledger , e-archive and other interfaces and technologies. They provide solutions and services that reduce the risk and cost of maintaining compliance. The world's largest companies are their clients, including Adidas , Nike, Puma, Deloitte, Geberit, Alcatel-Lucent, Ferrero, Osram, Hilti, MTU, Schneider, Merck, Tefal and another 300+ large scale companies are running SNI e-invoice.Read More
SII will enter into force the 1st of July 2017, and will require that companies concerned submit their information electronically to the Spanish Tax Authorities regarding all customer and supplier invoices within 4 days of each invoice’s issuing date or book keeping date. During the first 6 months, companies will have 4 more days (8 days in total) to submit the invoice information, to allow for a smooth transition of current processes to the new routines.
A total of 62,000 companies are estimated to be concerned, representing 80% of the nation’s invoicing volume are affected by this new move, resembling Latin American compliance approaches.Read More
The objective is to deliver proof of concept in December 2016 and to allow companies to report VAT information faster and facilitate real-time reporting.Read More