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Sovos is the leader in Latin American eInvoicing and operates the Global Compliance Network, a cloud-based platform that delivers financial and supply chain managers the regulatory processes that they need while eliminating ERP configurations and customizations for the IT staff. A single connection to the network, simplifies the mandates, the implementation, and the ongoing change management associated with regulations in the Americas, Europe and Asia, including Brazil Nota Fiscal, Mexico SAT, Argentina AFIP, Columbia DIAN, Chile SII and Europe’s Excise Movement & Control System. Sovos is headquartered in Boston, Mass. with offices in Atlanta, Boulder, London, Amsterdam, Sao Paolo and with operations worldwide.


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March 2018

  1. Sovos announces cloud solution to improve accuracy of use tax payments on purchases

    The new Sovos solution responds to those challenges by providing the most accurate and automated tax software available for use tax and giving tax professionals the tools they need.

February 2018

  1. Sovos Achieves ISO 27001 Security Certification in Chile

    Sovos has achieved ISO 27001 certification in Chile, becoming one of only 30 technology companies in the country to have obtained the certification. The certification represents the collective work of a combined Sovos and Paperless team.

  2. Paperless by Sovos product has achieved government certification for compliant e-invoicing in Colombia

    The latest addition to the Sovos Intelligent Compliance Cloud safeguards companies doing business in Colombia from mounting risks and costs related to real-time reporting mandates.

January 2018

  1. Top three challenges of SAP-based e-invoicing and VAT reporting

    As tax authorities in Latin America, and now Europe, adopt new e-invoicing and e-accounting initiatives, companies are realizing that SAP is not equipped to support the unique needs from country to country.

  2. THE most critical detail in VAT Compliance: UUIDs

    UUIDs – or unique identifying codes – allow tax authorities to track every single taxpayer document and verify VAT payments and credits based on the original source documents. In all countries using UUIDs, though, the code is a complex set of digits prone to error.

  3. Mexico launches new eAccounting requirements

    Though the SAT, Mexico’s authority, did not announce a specific implementation timeline for eContibilidad 1.3, it caught businesses off-guard when it began enforcing the measures in October.

November 2017

  1. 5 considerations for Colombia’s mandatory e-invoicing requirement

    By January 2019, all companies that pay VAT in Colombia will be required to comply with mandatory e-invoicing. Businesses with operations in Colombia must begin preparing now, while taking these 5 considerations into account.

  2. Brazil Eliminating Access to Free E-Invoicing Software

    They are making the move away from free e-invoicing software for several reasons, including the sheer difficulty involved in managing technology capable of meeting Brazil’s compliance requirements.

  3. 3 months later Spain’s SII Real-Time Reporting Rollout continues

    Several modifications to Spain’s SII Real-Time Reporting mandate are expected to go into effect during 2018 and beyond. Sovos recently announced that SII will expand to Basque Country and Navarra on January 1, and now additional changes are anticipated.

  4. Paperless by Sovos first authorized solution for Peruvian real-time tax validation

    In order to become an OSE, Paperless by Sovos successfully completed the necessary measures required by the SUNAT, including securing ISO 27001 certification, demonstrating a high level of experience and service, and much more.