Electronic Billing Platform
In Europe, electronic invoicing is regulated by Council Directive 2010/45/EU, which affects all EU member states.
The EU directives broadly set forth 3 methods for sending electronic invoices that also ensure the authenticity and integrity of the generated document, as well as the electronic sending and reception of said documents:
Legal framework : Regulated by Directive 2010/45/EU, focusing on the need to guarantee the origin and authenticity of electronic documents.
|Transposition: Each member state has developed its own legislation to transpose this directive to its own judicial framework.|
|Mandatory application: e-Invoicing in Europe was developed in a harmonizing spirit designed to potentiate the benefits of e-commerce between businesses. Consequently, the obligatory nature of its use in the B2B area has not been proposed in any member state.|
|Billing with the Public Administration: The vast majority of European states are implementing mandatory e-invoicing with their suppliers, in order to modernize their e-government systems and speed up collection times.|
|Prior administrative procedures: Customary requirements call for e-certificates issued by authorized bodies to validate the pertinent electronic document signature processes.|
|Format: In most cases the format in which the electronic document should be structured is standardized, with XML as the most widely used language.|
EDICOM Global e-Invoicing Platform
EDICOM provides its international e-invoicing platform. System updated by a Permanent E-Invoicing Observatory, through advanced knowledge management models, enabling us to provide global solutions ready to issue e-billing in any country in Europe.
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