Webinar Recording: Demystifying e-invoicing – the new ATO initiative (with guest speakers from Link4 and the ATO)
Date: Wed, 14th Oct 2020
Time: 10.30AM - 11.30AM (AEDT)
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The landscape of on-boarding invoices is evolving and we are at the forefront. Electronic invoicing (or e-invoicing), the new ATO initiative, is a more efficient, accurate and secure way to deal with your suppliers and buyers and will deliver lower costs, time savings, less errors, better reliability, tighter security, faster payment times, environmental benefits and more.
E-invoicing is the automated digital exchange of invoice information directly between a buyer's and supplier's accounting systems. It is not about sending PDFs through the email system anymore. With e-invoicing, there will be a shift in the way suppliers interact with their vendor and Xcellerate IT solutions provide a holistic method to manage the on-boarding of both traditional (email with attachments and paper-based) and e-invoices in the one platform.
Our solutions support the initiative of the Australian Government who is committed to deliver e-invoicing. With over 1.2 billion invoices exchanged in Australia annually, savings to our economy are estimated to be $28 billion over 10 years.
Join Howard Boretsky (Xcellerate IT), Robin Sands (Link4) and the ATO as we demystify e-invoicing.
- Overview, features and benefits of e-invoicing
- The ATO perspective – the intent and status of the e-invoicing initiative
- How to get started with e-invoicing
- Live e-invoicing demonstration
- Questions and answers
Xcellerate IT drives digital workforce initiatives and provides market leading business process and Accounts Payable automation solutions to transform and automate information intensive business workflow processes, across both back and front office operations.
Link4 provides e-invoicing Access Point services under the PEPPOL framework and is an accredited PEPPOL Access Point provider for Australia and New Zealand.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is the legislated Australian PEPPOL Authority. The ATO is responsible for facilitating and supporting the adoption of e-invoicing across business and all levels of government in Australia.
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