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Archive for Electronic Invoicing

GXS Launches Free Ebook on the Fundamentals of EDI.

November 21, 2013  |  Electronic Invoicing, Publications

Whether you’re new to EDI, need to get EDI-compliant or simply want to educate your business colleagues, EDI Basics eBook provides an easy-to-understand explanation of the fundamental concepts. This ebook is written with the non-technical reader in mind, keeping the content simple and straight forward.
You’ll learn the EDI basics (plus some more!), and get answers to questions like: What is EDI? How does it work? Which business processes typically benefit from EDI?What does it take for your company to get started? How did three major-brand companies successfully implement EDI?

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Invoiceware International Updates LATAM SAP E-Invoicing Solutions for 2014 Brazil Nota Fiscal

Nota Fiscal Version 3.10 mandates that all companies operating in Brazil to transition from NFe 2.0 to NFe 3.1 by December 2014. To comply with these changes, Invoiceware International has extended their SAP® electronic invoicing applications and On Demand Latin America E-Invoicing Network to comply with the latest version of Nota Fiscal. Key features are: Turn-key E-Invoicing Platform & SAP extensions, Multilingual Project Management, and Guaranteed Compliance.

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Cegedim helps ALD Automotive to switch to electronic invoicing

November 20, 2013  |  Adoption, Electronic Invoicing

Cegedim has announced to been chosen by ALD Automotive (operational vehicle leasing and fleet management specialist) to implement e-invoicing using its GIS (Global Information Services) solution. The effort is part of ALD Automotive’s ALD bluefleet program, which aims to reduce the company’s environmental impact.
ALD Automotive now offers EDI invoicing or signed PDF files with invoice details as attachments, depending on what clients prefer. The invoice can be archived on ALD Net, the fleet management portal, or on the Cegedim platform.

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Invoice Exceptions: it doesn’t have to be this way [infographic]

November 18, 2013  |  Electronic Invoicing, Research

Despite all the efforts e-invoicing, invoice automation, order to cash, purchase to pay, e-procurement and so on, remain 'intangible' That is why we love movies, animations and of course infographics.
This time OB10 surveyed over 200 professionals about their purchase-to-pay (P2P) process and found that eliminating invoice exceptions is one of the most effective ways for Accounts Payable to cut costs. Here is an infographic of our findings, and if you'd like to learn more, you can download their complimentary eBook.

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EDPS: privacy in the EU proposal for electronic invoicing in public procurement?

November 18, 2013  |  Electronic Invoicing, Europe, Government

The EDPS is an independent supervisory authority devoted to protecting personal data and privacy and promoting good practice in the EU institutions and bodies. The EDPS does so by monitoring the EU administration's processing of personal data, advising on policies and legislation that affect privacy and cooperating with similar authorities to ensure consistent data protection.
The EDPS has been reading through the latest proposal for a directive on electronic invoicing in public procurement. Based on that they came up with the some interesting privacy conclusions and recommendations:

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OB10 helps Office Depot to win new customers, productivity and improve cash management

November 15, 2013  |  Electronic Invoicing, Europe, Payment

As part of its e-business strategy and because of operating in a highly competitive market, Office Depot is looking for every advantage to sharpen its pitches for new business, and e-Invoicing makes a difference to potential customers. With e-Invoicing it can now boost its online services, increases productivity and improves its buyers’ cost efficiencies. Office Depot Europe now sends invoices to 27 customers in 13 countries through OB10.

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Quiz: Wat is the world’s second largest EBPP system with 29 million users? UPDATE

November 15, 2013  |  Asia, Electronic Invoicing, Government, Payment

Don’t know? Well they right answer is: SADAD. What? SADAD, the national Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment (EBPP) service provider for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Well actually, they themselves claim to be the world's second largest e-bill payment system.
First launched in 2004 by the Saudi Monetary Agency (SAMA), the Kingdom’s central bank now facilitates and streamline bill payment transactions through 37 public websites, 14 national banks and over 29 million users.

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OB10, AMEXIPAC (the Mexican association for service providers) and the CFDI Deadline

November 11, 2013  |  Electronic Invoicing, Latin America

Mexico is very advanced when it comes to the infrastructure for and adoption of e-Invoicing. It laws and regulations continue to evolve rapidly. To stay on top of the latest developments, Markus Hornburg (VP Compliance at OB10) interviewed Benito Celorio. Benito Celorio is CEO at Buzón E (OB10's e-Invoicing partner in Mexico) and Vice President at AMEXIPAC (the Mexican association for service providers.
In this post Markus Hornburg and Benito Celorio discuss how companies are responding to the coming deadline to start adopting CFDI invoices, how the government is helping SME's and how it is developing CFDIs further.

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The EU E-invoicing Forum reports are final. And these are the 32! recommendations

Some two years ago, the European Multi Stakeholder Forum on Electronic Invoicing was set up by the European Commission. The goals of the forum were to exchange experiences and best practices, to monitor the uptake of e-invoicing in all Member States, and to identify measures to facilitate the mass adoption of e-invoicing at both national, cross border and EU level. During the forum’s last meeting the findings and reports from its working groups were made final and published. To make things easy on you, we’ve collected the 32 recommendations and listed them underneath.

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Combatting fraud and increasing security with the Brazilian ‘Receiver Respons’

Brazilian NF-e legislation prescribes that electronic invoice NF-e receivers have to perform process updates towards the tax authorities on the e-invoices received. The Receiver Response has already been made mandatory for fuel distributors, service stations, carriers and retail fuel resellers. And it is expected to be extended the next few years.
The first aim of the mandatory use of "receiver responses' is to provide greater security in combatting company fiscal transactions. It also provides the receiver with legal security. For example, an Invoice for which the confirmation event is issued can no longer be cancelled by the issuer.

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