SDI E-invoicing Solution (Italy)

All companies doing business in Italy (B2B) are required to prepare, sign and transfer their e-invoices to the Italian tax authority (SDI). Failure to comply can result in heavy penalties for both local and foreign companies. 

Need advice on how to become SDI compliant? Schedule a demo with one of our experts.


How it works

E-invoicing is now required for every resident or non-resident B2B VAT business in Italy. All invoices must be prepared, signed and transferred through electronic means via SDI.

There are three simple steps to delivering perfectly compliant e-invoices to your client and the Italian tax authority.

  1. Send your e-invoices/electronic documents to Storecove.
  2. The API automatically generates the required format and ensures compliance.
  3. Your e-invoices and documents will be sent to the Italian tax authority (SDI).
  4. After validation from SDI, e-invoices and documents will be sent to your customer. 
Why SDI?

Risks of non-compliance

If you don’t understand every aspect of tax law and new SDI regulations, it’s easy to make a costly mistake.

Do-it-Yourself: If you try to handle these new regulations by yourself, it’s possible that technical dysfunctionalities result in high penalties, particularly if you don’t have the payment systems and technology required.

Penalties: Failure to comply means a heavy VAT increase of 90-180% for Italian businesses, while foreign companies can face a stiff penalty of €2 per invoice (up to €1200 per quarter).

Cost: Storecove works hard to ensure that the costs of our services are very low compared to the price of penalties.

Speak to an expert

Become SDI Compliant

A Storecove representative will be happy to discuss the details of successfully processing your e-invoices and documents, and sending them to the Italian tax authority. Schedule a demo with one of our e-invoicing experts.