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An overview of 56 Government E-invoicing initiatives. Anything missing here? [UPDATE]

Paul Turner provided us with an overview of 56 B2G or Government E-invoicing initiatives. Some of the countries already mandated B2G e-invoicing. Others haven’t. Please take a look at the impressive list (in alphabetical order) and let us know if you thinks something is missing or wrong:

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London Borough of Camden uses RBS’s Accounts Payable e-Invoicing service to the max

As part of a project to streamline purchase to pay operations, the London Borough of Camden is using RBS’s Accounts Payable e-Invoicing service. 90 per cent of the 4,300 suppliers got on-board, creating a ROI of below twelve months

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8 top quoted reasons for mandating Goverment E-invoicing

Why does a government mandated (or promote) E-invoicing? Paul Turner from Basware attempted to summarize the key reasons quoted by the various governments for mandating (or encouraging) electronic invoicing. Read more

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Mexico: 9 top tips to make your ERP system CFDI proof

The most overlooked effort in any Mexico e-Invoicing project is the ERP configuration work based on the CFDI requirements. Underneath is a list of [10] things you should take a look when starting with e-invoicing in, towards and from Mexico.

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Almost all Polish Banks have implemented Invoobill

Poland is clearly taking its responsibility to support the European Commission’s aim to make e-invoicing commonplace by 2020. A few weeks ago we mentioned the Polish E-invoicing Alliance. This time InvooBill gets featured: a loal Polish e-invoicing system created by the national Polish clearinghouse, Krajowa Iza Rozliczeniowa (KIR).

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And the winning e-invoice / e-bill is… [drumroll]

June 23, 2012  |  Asia, Featured Articles, Government

We were struck by something very interesting while doing research for an article on Taiwanese e-invoicing. Apparently, Taiwan has a uniform invoice lottery. It is a from of state lottery managed by the Ministry of Finance (MOF). The primary goal is to prevent tax evasion by businesses. What a great idea...

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Itella and Finland State Treasury sign EUR 8 million deal

June 22, 2012  |  Electronic Invoicing, Europe, Government

Itella Information and the State Treasury signed a contract worth over EUR 8 million. The new contract will allow the State Treasury to seamlessly continue its transition to electronic invoice forwarding and thus make operational and financial savings. It is believed that Finnish taxpayers will ultimately benefit from this.

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Republica Federativa do Brasil’s global e-invoicing

E-invoicing in Brazil. It isn’t a walk in the park. The Brazilian tax authority rules with a mailed fist, imposing a defined electronic standard format that all companies have to abide by. Want to be tax compliant? The “Nota Fiscal Eletrônica” (NF-e) is the only way to go in Brazil

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Estonian Post subsidiary eArvekeskus shows eightfold grow in one year

The Estonian Post daughter eArvekeskus (eInvoicing Centre) has shown an eightfold growth in volume over the past year. And it has been operating for just three years now. Currently more than 1.200 corporate customers and local governments signed up with the eArvekeskus (eInvoicing Centre)

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Indian Power Corporation to open 168 additional online billing centres

June 15, 2012  |  Asia, Government

Driven by the success of their online billing services, the Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Limited (UPPCL) decided to soon open another set of online payment facilities at 168 centres across India. Officials say that 168 more centres would be added in a phased manner to the already existing 32 centres

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