Electronic invoicing in Asia-Pacific

Japan, South Korea, China, Australia, Singapore, Vietnam, The Philippines, India... We can help you automate e-Invoicing across the APAC Region

e-Invoicing integration and automation with all your trading partners in Asia-Pacific from a centralized platform

The APAC region is accelerating the implementation of e-Invoicing requirements with new legislations and adoption schedules in both B2G and B2B spheres.

Each country is adopting its own model and this involves having to deal with different platforms, communication protocols, document formats, and technical requirements. At EDICOM we recommend multinational companies to consider working from a global approach and implement a global platform that allows for integration centralization.

EDICOM is also a Peppol Access Point since 2015 and has been certified in Japan by the Digital Agency, in Singapore by the IMDA, Australia by the ATO, and New Zealand by the MBIE.

100% Integration

100% Integration

Automate the electronic interchange of invoices and tax reports with your trading partners worldwide from any ERP or management system. Whether your partners are local or transnational, you can integrate all your information systems into a single, centralized platform.

Managed Services

Managed Services

Through our Outsourcing Service, a specialized EDICOM technician acts as your dedicated operator, and resolves all alarms, promptly notifying the client of incidents and measures taken to keep your solution updated and operational at all times.

Scalable solution

Scalable solution

Our cloud-based services managed by dedicated technicians are able to grow along with your companies' needs, including new services or adapting existing ones from your centralized platform. Whether you need to include new countries or trading partners to your global EDI solution.

Check out the upcoming deadlines


  • As of October 1st, 2023, the Qualified Invoice base Method is introduced, allowing businesses to exchange invoices electronically by using the Peppol Network.



  • From July 1, 2023 (TBC), all companies can require their large trading partners to send them e-Invoices in the Peppol format. Large companies will be obligated to send e-Invoices in the Peppol format upon the request of the BER.
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Webinar: E-invoicing in Vietnam

In this webinar, we describe the e-invoicing model in Vietnam and delve into its main features. We analyze how the end-to-end process works and how to automate the sending and receiving of e-invoices in an integrated way.

Webinar Deloitte & EDICOM: e-Invoicing in the Asia-Pacific Region

If you weren't able to attend, watch again our webinar with Deloitte where we analyzed the e-Invoicing and Tax Reporting trends in the APAC region.

Webinar ATO & EDICOM: Peppol eInvoicing in Australia and beyond

As the use of Peppol is growing, it is important to keep up with the new requirements and to work with an accredited Access Point.

Check out what each country is developing regarding electronic invoices and electronic tax reporting


Electronic invoicing in Japan

As of October 1st, 2023, Qualified invoices will be required, which can be exchanged electronically using the Peppol Network.

E-invoicing in South Korea

From July 1, 2022, all taxpayers whose sales exceed KRW 200,000,000 per year must issue their VAT invoices electronically in real-time. 

Electronic invoicing in Vietnam

All taxpayers must issue electronic invoices by July 1st, 2022. A unique identification code from the tax authority must be included to validate invoices. 

e-invoice in India

The GST e-invoice was launched on a mandatory basis on October 1, 2020. From April 1, 2022, it applies to companies that have invoiced more than Rs 20 crore in the last financial year.

Electronic invoicing in the Philippines

The Electronic Invoicing System - EIS will come into effect in July 2022, making the use of e-invoicing mandatory for the country's 100 large taxpayers. 

What's new in Australia

It is only mandatory for Commonwealth agencies that must adopt electronic invoicing no later than July 1, 2022. Australia prepares the implementation of B2B e-invoicing. 

E-invoice in China

The use of electronic invoicing is only mandatory for new taxpayers. Old taxpayers can join on a voluntary basis. 

E-invoice in Indonesia

Since 2016, all taxpayers whose sales exceed IDR 4.7 billion (USD 333,000) per year must issue their VAT invoices electronically. 

Peppol in Singapore

At the moment, there is no obligation by law. But IMDA promotes the use of Peppol-based e-invoicing in B2B and B2G environments.

Learn About the State of e-Invoicing Around the World

The technical and legal requirements for e-Invoicing differ from country to country. If you want to know the details and tax requirements for a specific country, click on the map or choose a country from the drop-down list.

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EDICOM Peppol Access Point, ready to operate in any country

The Peppol model is being implemented by several countries in the region such as Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore. Its use has spread from Europe to Asia thanks to its benefits such as process automation, economic savings, security, and agility. New companies are constantly incorporating themselves into the network to send and receive electronic invoices as well as other documents.

EDICOM is an accredited Peppol Access Point since 2015. The Peppol system enables companies to send and receive orders, electronic invoices, waybills, etc., regardless of what country they are in.


Manage Your e-Invoice Around the World

It is possible to manage e-Invoicing projects with several partners in different countries. EDICOM's e-Invoicing platform adapts to national legislation and applies all local requirements (electronic signature, formats, storage...). Our global e-Invoicing observation team gathers knowledge about existing models and ensures a service that is constantly updated with each country's regulations.

international management

International Management

Companies that work in markets around the world manage commercial and fiscal operations within a transnational framework. This framework requires processes to adapt to realities like electronic invoicing.

centralized management

Centralized Management

The capacity to manage multiple existing electronic invoicing frameworks within a solution that directly integrates with the company's central ERP.

legal compliance

Legal Compliance

An invoice documents the contractual relationship between commercial parties. It is a key document that must adapt to the legal framework of each country. 

operational advantages

Operational Advantages

All processes integrate with the internal management systems of the companies that send or receive invoices. This level of automation considerably reduces procedures.

Latest e-Invoicing News

Germany: Current Status of B2B E-Invoicing

Germany's upper house, the Bundesrat, suggests making B2B e-invoicing mandatory for companies starting in January 2027

How the Online Electronic Invoice System works - FEL de Guatemala

We explain all the details about the new electronic invoicing system, FEL

Colombia: The DIAN has published a N° 000165 Resolution to fully regulate the Electronic Invoicing System

The DIAN has published a new resolution to fully regulate the electronic invoicing system and electronic documents.

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