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PEPPOL for Service Providers

PEPPOL has come along over the past few years affecting companies active in the eProcurement space in Europe. As service providers, we want to market our capabilities in this area.

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Iceland adopts B2G e-invoicing as well

March 5, 2015  |  Electronic Invoicing, Europe, Government

In preparation for the switch the government of Iceland ran a number of successful Pilots with Iceland’s hospitals that made costs savings, reduced workloads and lowered interest payments.

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Anachron connects with the Spanish FACe Government e-Invoicing network

February 26, 2015  |  Electronic Invoicing, Europe, Government

This new connection is now available for all Anachron and InvoicePortal customers and allows them to automate the submission of invoices via FACe, eliminating the need for manual submission by the portal website itself.

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Turkish Minister of Finance announces more digitisation

Turkish Minister of Finance announces more digitisation

February 22, 2015  |  Compliance, Digitalisation, Government, Legal

Combating the shadow economy of the Turkish Revenue Administration, the plan contains analysis of the shadow economy, incentives for voluntary tax compliance and increasing auditing capacity.

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USA comes with ‘Comply or Explain’: the next step before mandatory use of their Invoice Processing Platform

USA comes with ‘Comply or Explain’: the next step before mandatory use of their Invoice Processing Platform

The US Office of Management and Budget is developing new guidance that would strongly encourage agencies to use only the Invoice Processing Platform (IPP) for electronic transactions.
The US Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is circulating a ‘Comply or Explain’ draft memo that wouldn't quite mandate the use of the IPP, but it would require agencies to justify why they wouldn't use the IPP. Federal CFOs currently are commenting on the draft guidance.

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UNICEF and Hungary establish new UNICEF Global Services Centre in Budapest

The new centre will deliver UNICEF’s financial and human resources operations worldwide to all UNICEF offices, including payments and invoice processing, payroll, some human resources functions, and the IT helpdesk.

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Mandatory B2G e-invoicing in Moldavia - one year later [image]

Mandatory B2G e-invoicing in Moldavia – one year later [image]

Moldovan Prime Minister Iurie Leanca requested the Moldovan State Tax Inspectorate (STI) to ensure that before September 2014, 150 public institutions are mandatory connected to the Moldovan E-invoicing platform to receive and automatically process e-invoices.
The measure comes to limit the risk of corruption in the procurement process, increase transparency of public institutions and reduce their administrative costs.

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Singapore is the Asia Pacific leader in e-invoicing; ApexPeak explains why

Singapore is the Asia Pacific leader in e-invoicing; ApexPeak explains why

February 6, 2015  |  Asia, Electronic Invoicing, Government

Singapore is one of the few nations in the Asia Pacific region to have mandated the practice of e-invoicing. Since May 2008, e-invoicing has been mandated by the government for their suppliers.

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Sweden investigates mandatory B2G e-invoicing in the near future

Which is weird. Why investigate something that in 2018 at the latest should be a fact? Still, the Swedish government decided to ask the Swedish Financial Management Authority (ESV) to analyse the consequences of such a requirement and its practical consequences

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Vietnam starts mandatory e-invoicing pilot with 200 enterprises

January 14, 2015  |  Asia, Electronic Invoicing, Government

The Vietnamese Ministry of Finance has announced a pilot scheme to allow 200 firms in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to use electronic invoices late this year. According to the newspaper, the electronic bill will be provided with authentication code and unique identification number and a QR Code.

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