Global & Compliant e-Invoicing Platform and Solutions

We simplify the adaptation of your management systems to e-Invoicing requirements in all countries where your company operates.

B2B e-Invoicing

EDICOM's e-Invoicing platform can manage any electronic process between B2B and B2C trading partners

B2G e-Invoicing

Discover integrated and automated e-invoicing solutions with public administrations in Europe.

Latin America e-Invoicing

Simplify the process of issuing and receiving invoices in compliance with requirements in force in Latin America.

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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Ready for e-Invoicing in 2024/2025?

January 2024 - RO e-Factura - Romania

The implementation of electronic invoicing between companies is expected to be mandatory for all companies as of January 2024 (pending confirmation by the Romanian authorities).

April 2024 - CTC model - Israel

Phased introduction of the electronic invoice determined by the value of the invoices, starting on January 1st, 2024, for invoice values of more than 25,000 shekels (approximately €6,400).

August 2024 - CTC Clearance - Malaysia

As of June 2024, electronic invoicing will first impact taxpayers with an annual turnover of MYR 100 million or more, and as of January 2025, taxpayers with an annual turnover of MYR 50 million or more.

Don't miss any of the upcoming mandates that will probably impact your business and operations worldwide. Our specialists in each country will be happy to help you find the best solution for your company.




Aspects to Consider When Implementing a Global e-Invoicing Solution

The implementation of an e-Invoicing solution should optimize your processes to the maximum. Keep these tips in mind to get the most out of your Global e-Invoicing solution:


SaaS Model

SaaS Model

Cloud solutions save companies from having to dedicate resources, infrastructure and hardware to installation, commissioning and maintenance tasks.

ERP Integration

ERP Integration

The electronic invoicing solution must be able to integrate with your management system through a specific communication channel. It is important for the solution to be flexible and adaptable to the technical specifications of the ERP.

Multistandard Solution

Multistandard Solution

The solution needs to be able to convert data from your internal management system into multiple structured formats that meet the technical and legal specifications in each country where your company operates.

User Interface

User Interface

For ease of management, the interface should be user-friendly and provide a comfortable environment in which to trace and monitor the status of your invoices.

Invoice Delivery

Invoice Delivery

Make sure that tax compliance documents can be sent to their destination electronically. The solution must becapable of sending invoices to recipients through multiple channels (B2B Private Networks, AS2, OFTP, FTPS, W. SERVICES, etc. ).

Tax Compliance

Tax Compliance

Issues such as the inclusion of electronic signatures, time stamps or tax control codes and special identifiers must be considered to ensure that the documents are tax compliant. The solution must offer guarantees of alignment with current legislation.

Scalable Solution

Scalable Solution

Communication with partners who are not able to send or receive electronic invoices. For this you will need a platform that includes specific functionalities, such as web portals that allow your customers and suppliers to interact, even if they do not have a technological solution.

Legal Archive

Legal Archive

The archiving of electronic invoices must comply with the legal specifications in each jurisdiction. The solution must therefore include a legal archiving module and a module for retrieving and accessing invoices in response to possible third party requests.

Centralized Management

Centralized Management

Working centrally from a single global ERP for the entire company requires a single electronic invoicing solution that is capable of issuing invoices in accordance with the requirements of each country where the company operates.

Our experts talk about electronic invoicing in different regions of the world

Latin America and Europe are the two regions of the world with the highest implementation of electronic invoicing. In Latin America, the deployment has focused mainly on the B2B area, although with a high fiscal control component, while in Europe, initiatives are focused on the public administration sector. Learn the details through our experts.


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Frequently Asked Questions on EDI, e-Invoicing, and Tax Reporting (part 1)

Frequently Asked Questions on EDI, e-Invoicing, and Tax Reporting (part 2)

What Should I Consider When Choosing an e-Invoicing Provider?

To successfully implement an electronic invoicing solution with an international focus, you need to choose your internal team carefully, but you also need a trusted technology partner that can offer certain assurances. 

Make sure the provider guarantees the availability of the solution and is willing to answer questions and handle incidents under a Service Level Agreement (SLA). Another aspect to consider is whether the provider's processes are certified according to ISO 20000 or ISAE3402.

Invoices contain sensitive information. It is therefore essential that the supplier guarantee confidentiality in the processing of data and secure data management and storage according to international standards such as ISO27001, TIER or external audits

It is important for your technology partner to have thorough knowledge and proven experience in the development of global e-Invoicing projects in the countries where you do business.

Check the volume of clients your partner serves. Determine whether the provider is really an international player and consider the opinions of their clients.

For projects that require the participation of third parties, the service provider should ensure a trusted partnership policy. This means having a network of partners who offer local services in different regions, such as certifications, signatures or specific communications related to electronic invoicing

It is important for your technology provider to have open lines of communication with the tax authorities so that the solution can be kept permanently updated and legally compliant. Tax authorities sometimes establish certification processes that technology providers must complete in order to render their services in those countries

Personalized support is better than impersonal helpdesks that use tickets and automated procedures. Having consultants who know the ins and outs of their users' solutions and are able to talk to clients in their own language is crucial to quickly clearing up any doubts or incidents that may occur.

Electronic invoicing is just one of the total transactions that a global electronic communications platform can handle. The most highly advanced technology partners should be able to offer you value-added solutions and services that integrate the management of multiple business transactions through technologies such as EDI or VMI / CRP (continuous replenishment programs).

With an interoperable platform, you can manage the exchange of your electronic documents with 100% of your partners. Having an extensive and robust infrastructure facilitates global communications. 

A Centralized Global e-Invoicing Platform for Issuing and Receiving Invoices

Our global electronic invoicing platform implements modules with specific functionalities for adapting your accounting and management systems to meet the requirements in the countries where you do business. 


Data Integration Module

This module establishes the connections with the internal management system to integrate invoice issuing and reception. This functionality guarantees the automation of the electronic invoicing solution. In addition, it is responsible for transforming the data structures to the required standards, implementing the established digital signature systems or managing the electronic declaration processes in accordance with current legislation.

Validation Module

Sent and received invoices are parsed and syntactically validated to ensure that they comply with all the technical specifications required for each invoice template. This module also performs a semantic validation to ensure that the information in each document complies with the guidelines defined to align with the requirements of each business partner.

Compliance Module

Its function is to integrate the technical and legal specifications that each digital invoice system establishes in the different countries. It is a module that communicates with the "integrator" of the platform that indicates how the data on each invoice should be handled at all times in order to remain legally compliant. 

Communications with Public and Private Partners Module

At this point, the electronic invoice is ready to be sent to its destination. The communications module identifies the recipient of the electronic document and sends it automatically. The document is routed through the communications protocol agreed with the recipient. Finally, the acknowledgement of receipt keeps the sender aware of the status of his message at all times.

Platform Management Module

This module configures a web-accessible environment from which the platform can be managed and monitored. The EDICOM e-invoicing solution lets you define different management environments depending on the needs of the users who need access. So, it is possible to implement different management modules per issuing country, adjusted to the language characteristics and particularities of your e-invoicing process.

Specific Solutions for Issuing Electronic Invoices

If you are part of an international company with subsidiaries and workplaces in different countries, your ERP probably needs to be capable of issuing electronic invoices that are compliant with the laws in each country. These solutions can help you optimize your operations.

Issuing Compliant Electronic Invoices

Our e-invoicing platform performs complex flow integration systems that allow the ERP data structures to be adapted to the different formats in each country where your company operates. These adaptations include signature and code registration processes that guarantee tax control, authenticity and document integrity.

Electronic Invoicing for Public Administrations

Establishing connections with the electronic invoicing systems of each country is a complex task that requires the installation of different point-to-point connectors, depending on the specific administrations involved. Through our Public Administrations HUB, we keep the connections active and constantly updated to offer a level of service availability

B2C Electronic Invoicing

We have developed a service called Business@Mail that enables you to use electronic invoicing with 100% of your customers. This solution integrates with your management system, publishing all the documents sent to customers who cannot process electronic invoices on a portal (companies and individuals). 

Your customers receive automated notifications to securely and easily access a private environment where they can view and download their invoices. 

Specific Solutions for Receiving Electronic Invoices

If you have operations in different countries and receive thousands of invoices from your suppliers, or if you operate in a more local environment but integrating your accounts payable is a challenge, we can offer you a solution that fits with the reality of your B2B project.


Receiving Compliant Electronic Invoices

EDICOM’s invoice reception platform works in an integrated way, using a concentrator to gather all invoices for prior validation in compliance with the technical and legal specifications of each country where the receiving company operates. It is also possible to apply numerous syntactic and semantic validation rules to ensure that the received documents meet the customer’s commercial conditions.

Incoming compliant electronic invoices conclude the process through advanced mapping that transforms 100% of incoming electronic invoices into structured data capable of being integrated into the client’s accounts payable system.

Invoice Reception Portal

EDICOM’s invoice reception portal is designed to integrate partners with a medium-low number of invoices who usually send their documents by conventional methods such as mail, fax or email.

With this solution, suppliers simply upload their invoice data to a simple web portal. The invoices stored on the web are then processed like any other electronic invoice, integrating with your management system.

The Latest on Electronic Invoicing around the World

Mandatory CTC Electronic Invoicing model in Malaysia as of August, 2024

The Inland Revenue Board (IRB) has announced the launch of an electronic invoice pilot program in the country in May 2024

How Electronic Invoicing Works in Bolivia

Get to know the key points of Bolivia's Virtual Invoicing System (SFV).

B2B and B2C Electronic Invoicing in Vietnam

Electronic invoicing in Vietnam: Mandatory since July 2022

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