Electronic Invoicing

EDICOM Certified Electronic Invoicing Provider in Bolivia

EDICOM Certified Electronic Invoicing Provider in Bolivia

EDICOM has been certified by the Bolivian tax authority (SIN) as an authorized electronic invoicing provider. It is mandatory to use an authorized electronic invoicing provider to issue electronic invoices in Bolivia. EDICOM’s global e-invoicing platform’s certification guarantees compliance with all the requirements demanded by Bolivia’s “Virtual Invoicing System” to issue and receive electronic invoices and other electronic tax documents.

Thanks to the alliance partnership between DIGICERT, the only private entity certified to issue digital signatures, clients will be able to issue, sign, send, and archive electronic invoices securely through EDICOM’s invoicing platform. Making it a centralized and integrated solution that will enable you to always know the status of all your invoices directly from your ERP.

EDICOM’s global e-invoicing platform also enables you to electronically invoice in any other country and exchange any tax or business document with your partners or relevant tax authorities. EDICOM’s global e-invoicing platform adapts itself to the legal, and business needs of your company around the world

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Israel introduces its electronic invoice clearance model

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United States Electronic Invoicing Project: Digital Business Networks Alliance (DBNAlliance)

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