Electronic invoices have become an indispensable part of the modern business world. Depending on the environment, e-invoicing is even a must. Directive 2014/55/EU, for example, obliges EU member states to ensure that public sector customers accept and process electronic invoices. However, implementation varies from country to country - not to mention the approach in non-EU countries.
Especially for internationally operating companies, it is almost impossible to keep track of the multitude of regulations and to always be up to date with the different legal conditions. In this whitepaper, we show you how you can still succeed.
Download the whitepaper and learn more about:
- The advantages of e-invoicing
- What country-specific differences there are in implementation
- What to consider when converting to true e-invoicing
- The risks of non-compliance
- when an external service provider for e-invoices is worthwhile and how to select the right provider
- Which seven steps will lead you to successful e-invoicing.