Only 7% of of 24% Slovenian e-invoices were in structured format

December 8, 2014  |  Adoption, Electronic Invoicing, Europe

Less than a quarter of Slovenian companies were issuing invoices in electronic form to other companies or institutions last year, data from the Statistics Office shows. Only 7% of companies were issuing e-invoices that can be processed automatically.

According to the statistics, 23% of companies with 10 or more employees were using electronic invoices last year, but only 7% of such companies issued e-invoices in advanced structured formats, such EDI and XML.

E-invoicing is most widely used in large companies (24%) followed by medium-sized companies (8%) and small companies (6%). Some 35% of large companies issued invoices in electronic form that are not suitable for automatic processing. On the other hand, 77% of companies issued only printed invoices to other companies or public institutions last year. E-invoices were received by 16% of companies, with large companies representing the biggest share.

Mandatory B2G e-invoicing is to be introduced for the entire public sector on 1 January 2015 and it is expected that this will have a major positive effect on the adoption of both basic and advanced e-invoices.


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