Which Countries Use Peppol?

OpenPeppol has membership from 39 countries. Thirty-one of those countries are in Europe, including Belgium, Austria, Denmark, Iceland, France, Finland, England, Germany, Greece, Italy, Norway, Poland, Spain, Portugal, and the Netherlands.  Outside Europe, we have Canada, Mexico, Singapore, New Zealand, Japan, Australia, and the United States. Peppol promotes efficient digitization…

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Understanding The E-invoicing Requirements in Greece

E-invoicing is the transfer of electronic invoices between suppliers and buyers. It is mandatory for business-to-business and business-to-government transactions in Greece. Through the Peppol network, suppliers can send and receive e-invoices globally using the Peppol BIS Billing 3.0 and European standards. E-invoicing has simplified the way businesses and governments…

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E-Invoicing And The Use Of Peppol In Scandinavia (Denmark, Finland, Sweden & Norway)

Peppol invoicing uses software connected to the Peppol network to transfer invoices with companies digitally. E-invoicing is safer, faster, and cheaper than traditional invoicing. As such, some Scandinavian countries have made Peppol e-invoicing mandatory in the public sector. Scandinavian countries are the most developed countries in Europe when it comes…

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What is a Peppol Authority?

A Peppol Authority is a body appointed by a country’s government to oversee the country’s use of Peppol (Pan-European Public Procurement On-Line), a network that enables the easy cross-border transfer of documents in procurement processes. You should care about what a Peppol Authority is if you do cross-border…

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PEPPOL And Mercurius In Belgium Explained

The Mercurius platform is used in Belgium to handle electronic invoicing from businesses to government agencies, while PEPPOL is the framework that provides standard formats for issuing e-invoices. E-invoices and credit notes must be in the PEPPOL BIS 3.0 document format to be exchanged over the Mercurius platform. The…

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