E-invoicing begins to show benefits in Turkey

November 22, 2010  |  Electronic Invoicing, Publications

The E-State project in Turkey is the infrastructure of the concept by which public services and transactions are carried to the electronic environment. Within this system, speed and convenience are the objectives, an effective audit function is to be established as well as integration between institutions and processes. The E-State project has already led to rapid transformation and success in e-invoicing for Turkey.

The Electronic Invoicing Application service in Turkey has started by the publication of Tax Procedural Law (Order No. 397) in March 5, 2010. The Presidency of Revenue Administration Office of Tax Authority regulates the e-invoicing system.

Users benefit from e-billing application by:
- sending e-invoices,
- receiving e-invoices,
- downloading the e-invoices into their computer,
- presenting electronic media stored in their computer when requested.
The E-State e-invoicing application has a B2B scope. Users can access the system by integration their accounting system or via an Internet Portal  Those users with sufficient computing capacity can connect their own data processing (CRM, billing accounting) directly (server to server) to the central system and must use the determined standards of e-billing application. Those companies which do not have adequate infrastructure can access the system through a portal. That prtal is web application which hosts and serves basic functions.
Once the accounts are activated the users will be able to log-on to the e-billing Portal and be able to send and receive e-invoices.

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