EDICOM Blog

Keep track of all the news about electronic invoicing, eTax, EDI and digital transformation.

Philippines: A Step Towards the Mandatory Electronic Invoice

09/09/2022 (updated)
electronic invoice Philippines
The new electronic invoicing System (EIS) will go live on July 2022

Ticket Bai Spain’s New Invoicing and Tax Compliance System

07/09/2022 (updated)
TicketBai Spain Tax Compliance
TicketBAI is the new invoice reporting model created by the three Basque provincial councils and the Basque Government

Japan Adopts Peppol Network for e-Invoicing

30/08/2022 (updated)
Japan adopts PEPPOL
Japan has launched its e-invoicing project based on the Peppol standard

New Requirements for the Declaration of the Transportation of Merchandise in Mexico

26/08/2022 (updated)
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The SAT has approved a consignment note that must accompany the CFDI for the transfer of merchandise

Italy Changes Foreign Invoice Declaration System

22/08/2022 (updated)
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All foreign invoices must be reported electronically through the Sistema de Interscambio (SdI).

Malaysia to Introduce Electronic Invoicing Staged Implementation

04/08/2022
e-Invoicing Malaysia
The Government in Malaysia has announced a staged plan to implement electronic invoicing in the country

Saudi Arabia Makes Electronic Invoicing Mandatory

02/08/2022 (updated)
Saudi Arabia Electronic Invoicing
The EDICOM electronic invoicing solution is now ready for integration phase with the ZATCA system.

EDICOM Accredited as Peppol Compliant eProcurement System Provider Across the Nordic Borders

02/08/2022
EDICOM Peppol provider
EDICOM took part of the pilot project on automating electronic exchange of invoices, orders and catalogues in Peppol format

Electronic Invoicing in Uganda – The EFRIS System

28/07/2022 (updated)
Electronic Invoicing in Uganda – EFRIS System
We detail how to comply with the recent obligation to issue electronic invoices in the country.

How does e-Invoicing in Bolivia work?

26/07/2022 (updated)
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The Bolivian tax authority SIN has published the first group of companies that must comply with the invoicing system