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.
Australian and New Zealand Prime Ministers announced that their governments intend to adopt PEPPOL for e-invoicing.
Pagero expands in Sweden to help businesses to comply with the Swedish e-invoicing mandate.
Public procurement suppliers in Slovenia must send e-invoices via the UJP platform, which is now linked to PEPPOL.
Pagero extends our interoperability with Swedish clearing house Bankgirot to enable remote management of payment files.
On April 18th, 2019, Lithuania will launch an e-invoicing module for the new national e-invoice standard.
Pagero and Virtualstock sign a partnership, enabling NHS trusts and suppliers to secure accurate information.
Pagero recently opened its office in Mumbai, India, to support the increasing demand for e-invoicing within the region.
We are excited to announce that our Analytics Dashboard and Self-Service Store will be rolled out during February.
Pagero is proud to announce the inclusion of SEB, Citibank and BNP Paribas in our global network for payment processing solutions.
Croatia has become one of the first countries to fulfil the April 2019 deadline of the EU directive 2014/55.
Pagero and Addovation, one of the most experienced IFS partners in Scandinavia, enter a strategic partnership.