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Link4 secures PEPPOL accreditation to ensure global presence

Monday 11 May 2020 14:27 CET | News

Australia-based e-invoicing platform Link4 has obtained PEPPOL certification to extend their e-invoicing services.

Pan-European Public Procurement OnLine (PEPPOL) is a global set of standards that enables public agents and private enterprises to exchange electronic documents over the PEPPOL network. Certification in PEPPOL means that Link4 can provide e-invoicing services through any other PEPPOL-certified Access Point, increasing the capacity of communication between companies in all countries where PEPPOL is the standard system.

For individual businesses, e-invoicing provides 60-80% more efficiency than other forms of invoicing, benefiting the workflow and cost-effectiveness within the business. e-invoicing also reduces errors arising from manual data-entry such as incorrect data and invoices being sent to the wrong recipient. The Australian Government estimates that USD 3 billion would be injected to the Australian economy each year if just 15% of businesses started using it. Similar numbers are expressed for New Zealand, according to scoop.co.nz.

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Keywords: Link4, PEPPOL, e-invoicing, invoicing, workflow, cost-effective, Australia, Pan-European Public Procurement Online
Categories: Banking & Fintech | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement
Countries: World
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