///Are you ready for legal requirements on e-invoicing in Switzerland from January 1, 2016?

Are you ready for legal requirements on e-invoicing in Switzerland from January 1, 2016?

In more and more European countries, the public sector is introducing legal requirements for e-invoicing.

From January 1st 2016, the Federal Council of Switzerland will require that suppliers to the federal administration send electronic invoices if the contract value exceeds 5,000 CHF. The aim is to streamline the public administration.

Most of the approximately 700,000 invoices that the Swiss Federal Council receives annually are currently in paper format and must be scanned and digitized before they can be processed further. The share of e-invoices is only 14% and it is the Swiss Federal Council’s clearly stated intention to actively support and accelerate the digitization process going forward.

Our customers can already fulfill the Swiss requirement thanks to our partnership with PostFinance.

You create your invoices in your financial system and send them to the recipient via Pagero Online as usual. The invoices are then automatically converted and delivered to the recipient in the correct format.

Pagero is working actively to connect to the public sector in all countries in Europe that have legal demands for e-invoicing. Learn more about how we can help you to reach your business partners around Europe

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2016-05-06T11:01:29+00:00 December 10th, 2015|News|