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Webinar: Learn from the experts who are already delivering PEPPOL e-invoicing for Federal Government Departments (with guest speakers from the ATO and Link4)

Tue, 8th Dec 2020

Time: 11.30AM - 12.30PM (AEDT)

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With the announcement of the PEPPOL e-invoicing Capability Panel for all levels of Australian Government, procurement of e-invoicing has been made easy.

Learn from the ATO’s director of e-invoicing, Mark Stockwell, as he reveals what the Capability Panel means for government departments.

Then, cut through the noise and hear from the leaders in e-invoicing, Link4 about

  • How you can be fully integrated and e-invoicing ready in just weeks
  • Will it work with my Financial / ERP system?
  • What are the real costs involved?
  • Is there an easy way to onboard my suppliers?

Finally, uncover how Xcellerate IT’s solutions in partnership with Link4 can transform your accounts payable department and enable the onboarding of e-invoices.

The government recognises e-invoicing as an effective way to support Australian business and has therefore made e-invoicing mandatory for all government agencies by 1 July 2022, with some agencies already implementing it. The e-invoicing initiative will support businesses supplying the government, by reducing payment times. E-invoicing will allow you to reduce manual entry and errors, while improving security and allowing your suppliers to be paid within the desired 5 day turnaround for Federal government agencies using e-invoicing.


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.

Do you have any questions? Get in touch with us and one of our friendly team members will be happy to help. 

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