The eInvoicing Readiness Checker helps Public Entities assess their readiness status in accordance to the compliance of the EU Directive 2014/55/EU and enables Solution & Service Providers to present their eInvoicing software products and services.
FULLY AUTOMATED SUPPLY AND DELIVERY CHAIN DELIVERS OPTIMISD STORAGES AND SIGNIFICANT COST SAVINGS
Alko wanted to be able to respond to demand rapidly and accurately with a more efficient messaging service.
OpusCapita’s B2B integration service allows Alko to send orders, confirmations, customs clearance messages and business invoices electronically. Electronic ordering and supply/delivery processes bring savings to Alko and improve the operation of its stores. Since information is transmitted rapidly and reliably between Alko and its suppliers, stocks carried in the stores can be kept low, maximizing cost efficiency.
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IBILLING TURNS INVOICES INTO A NEW MARKETING CHANNEL THAT CANNOT BE IGNORED
DNA wanted to speed up the customers’ transfer process from paper to eInvoicing and to turn invoices into a new cost-effective marketing channel.
With the help of OpusCapita service it is possible to both create and maintain receiver group-specific messages and attach them to invoices, account statements and other similar documents. The invoices are turned into a visible, cost efficient and sure marketing channel – a new media.
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SMOOTHER AND QUICKER B2B PROCESSES THROUGH FINANCIAL AUTOMATION
OpusCapita implemented a series of B2B integration solutions and a PEPPOL compliant e-invoicing module, which resulted in more reliable eCommerce activities, faster processes, cost reduction and transparency. Johnson & Johnson AB has become an active participant in the PEPPOL community in Norway, and similarly in Denmark, on the Nemhandel platform. This type of access relies on OpusCapita’s unique end-to-end solutions portfolio, based on cross-border scalability.
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The Austrian government takes only structured (XML) invoices (by law) since January 1st 2014. Governmental departments are all ministries and their subordinated departments, the Parliament, the office of the federal president (Präsidentschaftskanzlei), the higher administrative court (Verwaltungsgerichtshof), the constitutional court (Verfassungsgerichtshof), the Austrian ombudsman board (Volksanwaltschaft) and the court of audit (Rechnungshof).
We're supporting the Austrian e-Invoicing standard format ebInterface (http://www.ebinterface.at) as well as the PEPPOL-UBL format for invoices and credit notes. Internally all incoming formats are converted to an in-house format ready for easy integration into backend systems.
Billers can present their invoices in multiple different ways:
Currently approx. 900.000 invoices from approx. 30.000 different suppliers are send to the Austrian government per year.
When directive 2014/55/EU will take effect by the end of 2018 we're assuming that the number of received invoices will grow further.