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From E-Invoicing to Supply Chain Financing. We have already started to develop the agenda for the Exchange Summit 2016 in Barcelona.

From E-Invoicing to Supply Chain Financing

Please use this opportunity to share and discuss your strategy and lessons learned with E-Invoicing & Supply Chain Financing. Be part of the Exchange Summit and provide a valuable contribution. Send us your suggestion here: call for speakers For impressions of the Exchange Summit 2015 go to: review You are interested to become a partner of the Exchange Summit? Key topics of the Exchange Summit 2015 Agenda Exchange Summit 2015 Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015 18:00 – 21:00 Registration and Welcome Icebreaker Reception Monday, Oct. 5, 2015. Webinar: Present and future trends in e-invoicing – a Discussion with Bruno Koch - E-invoicing Platform. Register today for this exciting conversation with Bruno Koch, a leading industry voice for e-invoicing/e-billing, and author of the Billentis Report.

Webinar: Present and future trends in e-invoicing – a Discussion with Bruno Koch - E-invoicing Platform

In this webinar, Basware will talk to Bruno Koch about e-invoicing, the state of the market, key drivers and future trends. We will also discuss major events that will impact this very dynamic market. When Bruno Koch joined Basware in our webinar last year, we had a great time answering your questions. Unfortunately, we ran out of time before getting to them all. This year, we’d like to give you the opportunity to shape the agenda by sending in your questions ahead of time: become part of the event by letting us know what you want to hear about. Reserve your seat for this free webinar here » (Not sure you can make it? Webinar starting times: 10am EST (Eastern Standard Time, USA) 3pm GMT (London Time) 4pm CET (Central European Time) 5pm EET (Eastern European Time) E-invoicing Report2014.

AMEXIPAC, A.C. (ENGLISH) International Liaison Partners. EESPA e-invoicing survey release 20130626 FR. EESPA. Single Euro Payments Area. The Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) is a payment-integration initiative of the European Union for simplification of bank transfers denominated in euro.

Single Euro Payments Area

As of February 2014[update], SEPA consists of the 28 EU member states, the four members of the EFTA (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland), Monaco and San Marino.[2] Goals[edit] The project's aim is to improve the efficiency of cross-border payments and turn the fragmented national markets for euro payments into a single domestic one. SEPA will enable customers to make cashless euro payments to anyone located anywhere in the area, using a single bank account and a single set of payment instruments.[3] The project includes the development of common financial instruments, standards, procedures, and infrastructure to enable economies of scale. Overview[edit] There are two milestones in the establishment of SEPA: The European Commission has established the legal foundation through the PSD. Coverage[edit] Charges[edit] Key dates[edit] Karri-lehtonen-global development of electronic invoices (1)

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Results expertgroup einvoicing en. Code of Practice on Electronic Invoicing in Europe. European Commission's activities on e-Invoicing - Key Enabling Technologies and Digital Economy - Enterprise and Industry. France transposes EU electronic invoicing directive into national law - E-invoicing Platform. Directive 2010/45/EU pursues the objectives of its predecessors: to harmonize, simplify and streamline electronic billing processes, maintaining the possibility of electronic submission as long as the authenticity of origin and content integrity are guaranteed.

France transposes EU electronic invoicing directive into national law - E-invoicing Platform

Publication of Decree 2013-350 of 25th April 2013 culminates the transposition of Directive 2010/45/EU on electronic invoicing to French legislation, substantially modifying the content of certain articles and annexes of the General Tax Code (CGI). The new policy proposes new measures for senders and receivers of electronic invoices, such as the use of advanced electronic signature systems using secure devices with recognized certificates. L’Etat veut faire passer ses factures au format numérique, High tech.

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Elle retrouvera en finale l'Argentine ou les Pays-Bas, qui... Allemagne-Brésil, le match aux 35,6 millions de tweets La première demi-finale de la Coupe du monde de foot 2014 affiche le record absolu de tweets pour un événement sportif. E-invoicing ebook uk. What is e-invoicing? Electronic invoicing (e-Invoicing) is the exchange of the invoice document between a supplier and a buyer in an integrated electronic format.

What is e-invoicing?

Traditionally, invoicing, like any heavily paper-based process, is manually intensive and is prone to human error resulting in increased costs and processing lifecycles for companies. e-Invoicing is a common B2B practise and has been part of Electronic Data Interchange transactions for many years. The issue of compliance seems to have seperated e-Invoicing from B2B. Perhaps surprisingly many Finance leaders are unaware that their company is already sending/receiving EDI electronic invoices.

The true definition of an electronic invoice is that it should contain data from the supplier in a format that can be entered (integrated) into the buyer’s Account Payable (AP) system without requiring any data input from the buyer’s AP administrator. As this allows for a number of formats to be employed, it is useful to apply the following guidelines: Sepa-capgemini study-final report en. Europe’s B2B/B2G E-Invoicing Rose 17% In 2013.

Electronic invoicing is on the rise in Europe, as companies are processing fewer invoices through more-costly paper channels, new survey data suggest.

Europe’s B2B/B2G E-Invoicing Rose 17% In 2013

The European E-Invoicing Service Providers Association says its members last year processed and delivered 840.7 million electronic invoices in 2013, up 19.1 percent from 706 million a year earlier. The international not-for-profit association, which formed in 2011 and represents Europe’s e-invoicing service providers, says its members now process and deliver more than half of all electronic B2B and business-to-government (B2G) invoices to European receivers. In 2013, those members processed 603 million direct and indirect B2B and B2G e-invoices, up 16.6 percent from 517.3 million the previous year, according to the survey findings. Direct invoices represent those sent directly to customers; indirect ones are delivered to non-association service providers and to association services providers not participating in the survey.

The European eInvoicing Outlook. Within Europe, we have a host of activities going on that will significantly change the landscape of how we do business.

The European eInvoicing Outlook

One of the popular starting points companies make on their Networked Economy journey is the deployment of e-invoicing with large enterprises, seeing this as a must-have solution for 2013. Estimates put the number of invoices that European business and governments send to each other at around 16Bln invoices per year with 3.2Bln of those being electronic – a healthy 20%. The EU is heavily pushing a Digital Agenda in an effort to ensure that EU countries emerge from the global recession more unified, stronger, and prepared for the digital age by 2020. As a result, growth estimates for e-invoicing are just under another 1Bln invoices shifting to electronic this tax year with the overall volume increasing to over 50% within the next four years. Firstly, legislation. TIE Kinetix takes over Dutch B2G e-invoicing portal - E-invoicing Platform. TIE Kinetix has been involved in developing the e-invoice portal managed by public authority Logius from the start and will now continue to develop and expand the platform.

TIE Kinetix takes over Dutch B2G e-invoicing portal - E-invoicing Platform

And now the public authority decided to stop the exploitation of this portal. The main reason for the transfer from the government is that the government has been obtained its initial ambition: lowering the threshold to start sending e-invoices to government agencies and businesses. That is why TIE Kinetix decided to take over the portal an launch the new version portal for e-invoicing with the government and commercial businesses through papierloosfactureren.nl as of 1 July 2014. As of July 1st, 2014 public authority Logius, commissioned by the Ministry of Economic Affairs, will stop as administrator of the current e-billing portal. b2c e invoicing. 2013 markt 015 e invoicing public procurement en. E-Commerce/Payment Processors/Invoicing/Etc. E-invoicing Platform. Electronic Invoice and Approval Workflow. iPayables is the leading provider of Internet invoice delivery services specifically tailored for mid to large accounts payable departments.

Electronic Invoice and Approval Workflow

Boasting a number of Fortune 100, 500 and 1000 clients, iPayables reduces paper processing costs the world over with a blend of innovative technology and excellent service. In our short history, we have processed nearly a quarter trillion dollars’ worth of invoices for over 200,000 companies in 170 countries and in 22 languages. We specialize in automating accounts payable departments by enabling organizations to improve workflow and streamline invoicing in what used to be an arduous process requiring numerous man hours. By using our advanced internet invoicing system, companies can process invoices electronically, make changes, and track payments all while eliminating phone inquiries, data entry, filing, and the scanning of documents. With iPayables you get: iPayables, Inc. was founded in 1999. France: B2G E-Invoicing Mandatory By 2017. France issued a decree earlier this week that requires large companies supplying the public sector to switch to electronic billing in 2017 and small-to-medium-sized enterprises will have to make the change by 2020.

Originally reported by Les Echos, the French government expects to save EUR 710 million per year, adding that the nation processes 95 million invoices annually. Furthermore, France expects the savings to include EUR 121 million in financial savings and the remainder in man hours, or the equivalent of 11,925 full-time jobs. According to a recent E-Invoicing Platform article, the French government launched an e-billing platform called ‘Chorus Factures’ in January 2012, but it has been underused. However, the nation also decided to build a brand new portal at an estimated cost of EUR 40 million over five years. France: B2G E-Invoicing Mandatory By 2017.