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1. Iceland Hot On Electronic Invoicing
In an attempt to cut costs and improve the efficiency of governmental agencies, the government of Iceland recently announced its switch to business-to-government electronic invoicing. A press release issued ...
Created on 09 March 2015
2. Electronic Invoicing Is Hot In Chile
It’s been just over two months since electronic invoicing became mandatory in Chile, but statistics show the new practice has caught on like wildfire. The Chilean Internal Revenue Service reports ...
Created on 30 January 2015
3. Electronic Invoicing On Rapid Uptick
If the state of the electronic invoicing industry is gauged on Invoiceware International, the leader in Latin American e-invoicing and fiscal reporting, then there’s no question mobile payment systems ...
Created on 19 January 2015
4.'s Best of 2014
... E-Invoicing” (read HERE) and “Number of European E-Invoices Skyrockets” (read HERE). E-invoicing is obviously a topic that affects a lot of us and will only grow in importance as more government and hub ...
Created on 19 December 2014
5. Electronic Invoicing On The Upswing Worldwide
... as of January 1, 2016, suppliers to the Federal Administration with contracts valued at or above 5000 CHF will be required to utilize e-invoices.  While the Swiss Federal Administration has been capable ...
Created on 05 December 2014
6. Swiss To Diss Paper Invoices
... the Swiss government have been equipped to process e-invoices since 2012. To date, however, only 14 percent of invoices the Swiss government receives are electronic, and officials want to see that number ...
Created on 31 October 2014
7. Turkey Slicing Its Way Into The E-Invoicing Format
... e-invoices for ten years, another departure from standard operating procedures of other nations. Under Turkish law, senders and recipients of electronic invoices do not transmit them directly to one another. ...
Created on 08 October 2014
8. Utility In Dubai Says Goodbye To Paper Statements
If you happen to be a customer of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa), be prepared to receive one less bill in the mail. That means starting at the end the second quarter of 2015, customers will ...
Created on 17 September 2014
9. Updates on e-invoicing in Mexico
Mandating electronic invoicing has proven a financial boon to the government of Mexico. That’s because for every peso Mexico’s tax administration SAT has invested in auditing, it recovered 61.1 pesos, ...
Created on 27 August 2014
10. Number Of European E-Invoices Skyrocketed In 2013
... 2013. That number signifies an increase of 19 percent from figures from the year 2012, when 706 million e-invoices were processed and delivered. The survey, which was the EESPA’s first annual among its ...
Created on 11 August 2014
11. Moldova Joining The E-Invoicing Revolution
The Republic of Moldova, located in the central part of Europe in the northeastern Balkans, recently mandated the implementation of electronic invoicing in that nation as of September 1, 2014.  Lurie Leanca, ...
Created on 25 July 2014
12. Adopting E-Invoicing Can Bring Huge Cost Savings To European Businesses
According to a recently released report published by Billentis and sponsored by Ricoh Europe, European companies can enjoy a cost savings of between 60 to 80 percent by adopting e-invoicing. In addition, ...
Created on 21 July 2014
13. Costa Rica Restarts Efforts At E-Invoicing Following Failure Of Five-Year Experiment
... and initiate a new project for mandatory e-signatures from scratch. In addition, the new system includes the creation of new procedures to capture, process and control e-invoice information.  While a ...
Created on 07 July 2014
14. New Laws Designed To Encourage E-Invoicing, Reduce Use Of Paper
... Kingdom are stressing for the complete digitization of the economic community, encouraging them to become fully electronic by providing e-invoices to auditors. This move will save businesses money by speeding ...
Created on 02 July 2014
15. Mandatory E-Invoicing Imminent In Chile
Chile, the first nation to introduce electronic invoicing ten years ago, is taking it one step further. Starting November, 2014, e-invoicing will transition a prescribed business tool to a mandatory one. ...
Created on 31 May 2014
16. Mexico Says “No Mas” To Printed Invoices
... article, a representative of Mexico’s Tax Administration Service said the nation lost upwards of $3.4 billion in tax revenues from 2007-2009. Today, not only are e-invoices mandated for all Mexican transactions, ...
Created on 23 May 2014
17. Electronic Invoicing Laws In Latin America Are Ever Evolving
... blog for information highlighting the e-invoice regulations in those four Latin American nations. First up: Brazil. Current e-invoicing regulations on the books in Brazil will impact several business ...
Created on 09 May 2014
18. Chile Mandates Electronic Invoicing by Year’s End
... challenges for adopting that nation’s new e-invoicing laws. It is also advisable to choose an e-invoice team whose services are tailored to meet your business’s specific industry needs. There are several ...
Created on 09 April 2014
19. Taxes and Legislation in South Africa and Mexico on E-Invoicing
... for goods and services are nearly identical to one another in Mexico by necessitating practically the same XML and stamping requirements. Another change in Mexican e-invoice regulations is that the government ...
Created on 31 March 2014
20. Bye- Bye to Paper Invoices
We've seen this coming for a quite awhile... electronic invoices are quickly replacing paper ones in companies of all sizes. There are several drivers at play, but the fact is that it's happening since ...
Created on 04 November 2013