Automated and digitised invoicing is indispensable in times of digitisation. The switch to electronic invoicing from paper invoices makes it possible to reduce costs by 80%. Moreover it is possible to make savings on staffing, time and raw materials and reduce mistakes to a minimum.
But how does e-invoicing work? What challenges does it entail? For small businesses, for example. What must be taken into account and what are PEPPOL and ZUGFeRD? These are terms that one comes across but leave much unexplained.
In compliance with the 2014/55/EU guidelines of the European Parliament issued in May 2014, an increasing number of countries are providing legal regulations on e-invoicing .
Find out more about this topic in our e-invoicing manual and find answers to all your questions.