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Webinar replay: Colombia mandates electronic invoicing

With neighbors Chile and Mexico as models, Colombia is tackling tax evasion and reducing government expenditures through the implementation of e-invoicing, tighter scrutiny of tax-exempt NPO's and strict controls on public spending.

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Turkish e-Invoice users rises to 46000+ top companies

A new communiqué enforces any Turkish company with TRY 10 million gross sales turnover as at 2014 year end, to use e-invoicing latest by 01 January 2016. Once obliged to use e-invoicing, firms are not able to opt-out.

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Kenya trained 4,000 suppliers on e-procurement tool to boost efficiency

July 7, 2015  |  Africa, Government, Purchase-to-pay

IFMIS Director Jerome Ochieng:“It is essential for suppliers to understand and make use of the system because going forward, procurement will only be undertaken through the system. he system allows users to post and process transactions in real time. This saves time and minimises errors."

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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.

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Finally…Local UK governments embrace SME friendly e-invoicing

The UK government has introduced 3 initiatives SME friendly e-invoicing: 1) Make it free for suppliers to use e-invoicing tools. 2) Don’t ask suppliers to make any technology change. 3) Don’t make suppliers raise their invoice in their own accounting package and then duplicate this process in a 3rd party portal.

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EC signs agreement with OpenPEPPOL for e-delivery. Not e-invoicing…

The EC wants a full functioning Digital Single Market. And that requires more interoperability between Member States and different sectors. This is why the EC is promoting the roll-out of essential digital services: eID, eDelivery, eSignature, eInvoicing and Automated Translation.

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Basware Whitepaper: “Why are governments not paperless?”

In the paper – titled “Why are governments not paperless?” – Basware consolidates views and country-specific case studies to examine several current country models, and the future it sees for each.

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Italian legislation: incentives to promote B2B e-invoicing adoption

Italian legislation: incentives to promote B2B e-invoicing adoption

In essence, those who decide to stop using paper will benefit from simplified administration and accounting requirements, with the exemption, for example, from the need to submit the spesometro (yearly list) and “blacklist” declaration. There will also be improvements in issues regarding VAT returns, which the Administration must implement within less than three months.

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Pacific Alliance Becoming the Power Player in Latin American Economic Growth

Mexico and Chile were the only Pacific Alliance members with established e-invoicing compliance mandates prior to the Alliance, but Colombia, Costa Rica and Peru are now following suit with their own enactments.

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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.

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