Archive for Latin America

Another set of exciting new SEFAZ mandates for oil and gas

The concept of Eventos is mandated to be implemented for Oil and Gas companies. But maybe we should forgive SEFAZ, because they’re doing it for the right reasons. Creating controls preventing transportation fraud as well as NF-e cancellations after the delivery of goods.

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Dyno Nobel blows up Mexico CFDI compliance problems with Invoiceware

BOOM! Dyno Nobel, a supplier of industrial explosives and blasting services to the mining, quarrying, seismic and construction industries, knocks down their compliance problem with Mexico’s CFDI. Their dynamite? Invoiceware International’s SAP Rapid Deployment Templates (RDT) and OnDemand Latin America eInvoicing Network.

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Ecuador starts with mandatory e-invoicing as from 2014

In 2012 the Ecuadorian government performed an e-invoicing pilot with 20 companies. To make the public familiar with the mandatory e-invoicing procedure this year (2013) the tax office provides training from February to June through virtual classrooms and on site in regional tax offices. This is how the Ecuadorian mandatory e-invoicing systems works....

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Bount International expands rollout of Invoiceware into Mexico

January 29, 2013  |  Electronic Invoicing, Latin America, Legal

Blount International brought in Invoiceware International in 2009 for sending and receiving Nota Fiscal XML formats required by the Brazilian tax authority. With success, because Blount chose to expand their rollout of Invoiceware into Mexico to comply with the CFDI v3.2 mandates.

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45,000 active business partners on Invoiceware’s Latin America platform

December 18, 2012  |  Adoption, Electronic Invoicing, Latin America

You’ve got to love Invoiceware International’s Latin American e-invoicing network. Apparently we’re not the only fans of the Latin American platform, because Invoiceware announced significant growth of business partner participation in 2012. Today it has a growing base of over 45,000 trading partners actively exchanging compliant e-invoices.

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No more SAP Brazil NF and Mexico CFDI compliance problems for Brown-Forman

December 12, 2012  |  Electronic Invoicing, Latin America, Legal

It’s so easy for things to get out of hand when you're dealing with the e-invoicing regulations in Brazil and Mexico. That’s why Brown-Forman utilises the Invoiceware International network to manage their electronic invoicing processes in Brazil and Mexico.

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GXS’s Active Invoices is tax-compliant in Mexico and Brazil

GXS announced that it has expanded e-invoicing compliance for its Active Invoices with Compliance (AIC) to Mexico and Brazil. The Software as a Service (SaaS) solution’s global tax compliance footprint now includes 41 countries across 5 continents. And e-invoicing within some of these countries happens to be subject to strict rules and standards.

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Invoiceware extends SAP ERP Compliance Dashboards for Brazil

October 29, 2012  |  Electronic Invoicing, Latin America, Legal

New processes for Nota Fiscal cancellations as well as the events supporting the newly defined Manifestação do Destinatário are in the pipeline. South American e-invoicing expert Invoiceware International can’t stay behind and their managed service offering for SAP ERP in Brazil now supports these recently mandated changes and new events.

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Jason Jones is Invoiceware’s new COO

September 25, 2012  |  Latin America, North America

Jason Jones is Invoiceware International's new Chief Operating Officer. He will be responsible for global implementation services, customer support and overall operations of the solutions and technology. Prior to joining Invoiceware International, Mr. Jones spent over 15 years as senior management with Crossgate, Seeburger, and Epiphany.

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Make the CFD to CFDI shift ASAP to avoid jail time!

September 25, 2012  |  Electronic Invoicing, Latin America, Legal

No, you’re absolutely not misreading this article’s title. Jail time, people. Remember that Mexico’s Servicio de Administración Tributaria (SAT) considers non-compliance with the law a criminal offense. Also remember that e-invoicing is now mandatory in Mexico. So you’d better get your transition from CFD to CFDI going.

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