Need to send e-invoices to other countries? You may encounter a few problems while doing so. Ever since the European directive (2014/55 / EU) stipulated that all contracting authorities are required to receive and process e-invoices by the end of 2018 it is no longer sufficient to send PDF files by e-mail.
This new regulation is already enforced in several countries, such as Germany, France, Sweden, Finland, Croatia, Belgium, the Netherlands and many more (see full list here).
But, to make things even more complicated, almost every country adopted its own electronic invoice standard, such as ZUGFeRD (Germany), UBL-SI (the Netherlands), FatturaPA (Italy) and Finvoice (Finland).
Converting to the correct e-invoice format
Below you will find examples of e-invoice formats. Storecove can convert these formats (and more) to the format desired by the recipient.
Our goal is to simplify the invoice communication between countries. The international e-invoice communication has proven to be quite complex due to the existence of different e-invoicing standards worldwide (UBL, ZUGFeRD, Factur-X, Finvoice, EHF, Svefaktura, BIS V2, BIS V3)
That's why we automatically convert sent invoices to the correct format for the recipient. This makes it easy to send e-invoices to companies and governments in other countries.
One connection, worldwide connectivity
Do you have to send e-invoices to international companies or public entities? You can use Storecove to securely send your e-invoices worldwide.
We convert your invoice format to the format required by the recipient. This allows you to send e-invoices to companies and governments in many countries, such as:
- The Netherlands
- Czech Republic
- The United States (USA)
- New Zealand
- South Africa
- And many more.
All invoices are sent via the 100% secure Peppol network.
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More information about international e-invoicing?
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