Displaying items by tag: eInvoicing

The Ministry of Business Innovation, and Employment chooses software company Link4 as one of the four access point providers to accelerate its e-invoicing adoption. The adoption of e-invoice could add $4.4 billion to the NZ economy in over ten years, the company says.

Published in Accounting Software

BOC Gas is the first large enterprise to join the Australian e-Invoicing network, and it has done so by using Adelaide based access point provider Link4.

Published in Deals

E-invoicing benefits both buyers and sellers: it’s faster and more affordable to process, facilitates automation, and reduces potential errors. These efficiencies can make a huge difference and be a boon for small and medium-sized businesses.

Published in Business IT
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The Australian Taxation Office’s (ATO) mandate for all federal government agencies to adopt e-invoicing by July 2022 will get cashflow back to small and medium-sized suppliers significantly faster than current invoicing processes, according to SAP Concur.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The Federal Department of Treasury can now accept invoices from its suppliers through a digital channel, with an e-invoicing solution having gone live on Friday.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

The NSW Government’s Department of Customer Service has appointed business-to-business integration solutions provider MessageXchange to provide its e-invoicing solution aimed at streamlining procure-to-pay services.

Published in Deals

New Zealand-based accounting software company Xero says that small businesses are plagued by processes that are unnecessarily inefficient and the prolific use of analogue processes that digital solutions can simplify.

Published in Strategy

The Australian Government is to review cost and benefit adoption of eInvoicing according to recent budget papers.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The Digital Business Council has announced the opening of the public consultation phase of its electronic invoicing (eInvoicing) project.

Published in Government Tech Policy

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