Australia names first PEPPOL accredited companies

Monday 6 January 2020 10:16 CET | News

The Australian Taxation Office has announced the first group of service providers who have completed the Australian PEPPOL Authority accreditation process.


The organisations have been accredited for one or two types of services that work together as part of the Peppol e-invoicing network: 
  • Service metadata publisher (SMP) services – where a provider publishes the capabilities of the business in a prescribed way so that it can be looked up to determine the address to send business documents. 
  • Access point services (AP) – where a provider provides document or message transport and translation services. AP services can be provided by a business’ internal information technology (IT), a businesses’ accounts payable or accounts receivable vendor, or an outsourced AP provider. 
The list of accredited companies include OZEDI Holdings, MessageXchange, Storecove, Link4, Payreq, and The Department of Human Services, which is not available for commercial use. Australian Taxation Office officials have previously explained to Accountants Daily what the e-invoicing framework would look like once access points are up and running.

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Keywords: The Australian Taxation Office, PEPPOL, Australian PEPPOL Authority accreditation process, Access point services, Service metadata publisher, Australia, e-invoicing, accounts receivable, accounts payable
Categories: Banking & Fintech
Countries: Australia
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