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Archive for Compliance

EDICOM first providers authorized by Mexico’s tax administration to receive digital documents (PCRDD)

EDICOM also was the first provider authorized to issue electronic invoices (CFDI) by Mexico’s tax administration in 2010. With this new certification, EDICOM has become one of the main companies in the country to provide fiscal electronic data integration services.

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EDICOM Expert Analysis: B2G eInvoicing in Switzerland [download]

Are you ready for this technological leap? Edicom is. And they are here to help you. This handbook reviews the most important technical and legal aspects of the Swiss administration’s new e-invoicing model.

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Shipping issues compound with changing Latin American e-invoicing requirements

November 15, 2015  |  Compliance, Invoice Automation, Latin America

E-invoicing significantly affects logistics and supply chains operations as well. If managed ineffectively, it can leave trucks parked for days or force buyers to refuse shipments, halting business operations.

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The cost of compliance: 2016 penalties and mandates in Latin America [Webinar replay]

LATAM fines and penalties can quickly add up. For example, a company that’s missing 10,000 invoices from its electronic archives in Brazil (which is not uncommon) could be facing fines of more than $1 million USD

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E-invoice believed to have been used for ransom ware attack

November 9, 2015  |  Compliance, Electronic Invoicing, Legal

The website 'Herald Scotland' mentioned that an Scottish hairdressing firm says it is now believed an electronic invoice may have been used by cyberattacker extortionists in a hack of their system, which led them to pay a 1000 euro ransom.

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Tradeshift Risk: bringing real-time risk monitoring and compliance to SME’s

November 4, 2015  |  Compliance, Financial software

Tradeshift Risk shifts the cumbersome task of ensuring accurate supplier data from the buyer to the supplier. Suppliers can add and update all their relevant data, which is then verified via Tradeshift Risk. Buyers can subscribe to verified supplier profiles.

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PEPPOL made mandatory for Swedish central government agencies as of 2018

ESV has adopted the regulations for e-procurement in Swedish central government agencies. The mayor change is a requirement that by November 2018 all government agencies shall be able to use the PEPPOL network for their ordering and invoicing processes. The regulation issued by ESV explicitely states that central government agencies shall have the capability to use the PEPPOL network and be registered as recipients for different PEPPOL BIS messages in a Service Metadata Publisher (SMP). This is an important step to increase adoption of PEPPOL in Sweden and it will facilitate on-boarding of suppliers to government.

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SouthCo selects Invoiceware International for compliant e-invoicing in Brazil

SouthCo selected Invoiceware International’s NFe solution to ensure e-invoicing accuracy and seamless transmission to Brazil’s tax authority in order to maintain complete compliance and minimize the risk of shipment disruptions, fines and penalties.

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Whitepaper: How finance can maximize tax deductions and increase cash flow

For financial executives new to Latin American business-to-government requirements, it may be tempting to write off compliance as a local issue to be managed by local IT and accounting teams. However, this approach leaves companies vulnerable to severe penalties and operational disruptions that can be felt throughout global companies.

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Pfizer selects Invoiceware International for compliant Uruguay DGI e-Invoicing and reporting mandates

Pfizer selected Invoiceware International because of its complete end-to-end solution, which effectively manages changing regulations and eliminates the burden of addressing SAP modifications internally

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