As of April 18, 2019, all EU member states are required to comply with the e-invoicing Directive (2014/55/EU).
The mandate includes technical specifications and mandatory dates for the adoption of e-orders and e-fulfilment.
Pagero has been selected as the single PEPPOL Access Point for the French e-invoicing platform Chorus Pro.
Estonia goes beyond the requirements of the Directive 2014/55/EU, extending the e-invoicing mandate on suppliers.
Most European governments are now ready – or at least have put plans into motion to be ready – to receive e-invoices by April 18, 2019.
Hanna Sterner explains what Peppol is, how it works and how Pagero differs from other Peppol service providers.
Public procurement suppliers in Slovenia must send e-invoices via the UJP platform, which is now linked to PEPPOL.
On April 18th, 2019, Lithuania will launch an e-invoicing module for the new national e-invoice standard.
Croatia has become one of the first countries to fulfil the April 2019 deadline of the EU directive 2014/55.
Portugal has postponed the entrance of mandatory e-invoicing obligations.
Pagero is proud to announce that it has received government approval to become a PEPPOL Access Point in Singapore.
NEP member organisations are finding significant efficiencies in the processing of invoices with Pagero.