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Helibras optimises NF-e, CT-e, NFS-e processes with Invoiceware

February 10, 2015  |  Electronic Invoicing, Latin America

Helibras, a member company of Airbus Group and manufacturer of helicopters, has adjusted its systems for issuing electronic invoices (NF-e) and electronic bill of lading (CT-e), using the solutions of Invoiceware.


Helibras, will also utilize Invoiceware’s Hybrid Cloud solutions to meet the latest regulation requirements in Brazil. Brazil’s NFe version 3.10, the largest change to Nota Fiscal (NFe) since 2010, requires companies to update their systems for issuing e-invoices by March 2015. This expansion of Helibras’ partnership with Invoiceware is based on the time and cost efficiencies the company has realized with its previous compliance initiatives across Brazil.

Eder Ramos, Accounting Manager, Helibras:
“In searching for a solution that would streamline our processes, we knew we needed a partner with proven accountability to eliminate the task of constantly monitoring regulation deadlines,” said . “With Invoiceware, we’ve seen a qualitative increase in our productivity and become much more efficient, with the ability to share information seamlessly across the organization.”


The process began in 2012 with the introduction of the electronic invoice (NF-e), a necessary change due to changes in Brazillian legislation.

Late 2012, Invoiceware started implementing NF-e automation, a project that was completed in April next year, coinciding with the go live of nationwide NF-e-.

In August 2013, began the automation of CT-e, a solution which records electronically the provision of transport services made by the company. The go live was in November of that year.

Finally, from February to June 2014, Invoiceware implemented a tool for Fiscal Electronic Services Note (NFS-e) entry concerning the contracting of services.

About Helibras

Operating in Brazil since 1978, Helibras is the subsidiary in Brazil Airbus Helicopters (before Eurocopter) belonging to Airbus Group. The company has interests in almost 50% of the Brazilian fleet of turbine helicopters, with facilities in Atibaia (SP), Brasilia, Itajubá (MG), Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.

The company has 800 employees, producing and customizing many aircraft that meet the civil, government and military segments. In 2013, Helibras recorded revenues of R $ 389 million.

Currently Helibras is the fourth pillar of global production of Airbus Helicopters, with France, Germany and Spain. Helibras has become one of the pillars of the group, after the issuance of the certification level 1 given to the company’s plant in Itajubá, which has capacity for 36 light aircraft and 8 heavy aircraft per year.

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