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Gain greater global connectivity with Order2Cash.

e-Invoicing interoperability is no longer a choice. It’s mandatory.

Governments around the world are mandating the use of electronic invoicing for all B2G transactions. In some countries, like Italy, we’re witnessing B2B mandates appearing also. In 2019, 11 different countries activated mandates and we’re expecting a further 17 to go live in 2020, with more to follow. What these developments show is that where e-Invoicing was once a large-business only initiative, now the adoption of the technology is being forced upon every business. Therefore, the topic of invoicing interoperability is currently of key concern to every company. We’re witnessing a sharp acceleration in the number of companies looking to digitally transform their billing and invoicing processes. Companies are playing catch up, and time is of the essence.

Order2Cash is here to help companies fulfill all their invoicing mandates and satisfy customer requirements globally. We can connect you with a wide range of B2B and B2G invoice networks through our platform and our list of connected channels is growing all the time.

Take the time to understand what channel connections you need

If you are undertaking an e-Invoicing project, and your company is ill-prepared, you could quickly find that your business faces an unexpected complexity. That complexity involves the number of invoice delivery channels your customers are using, coupled with the mandated platforms that governments are forcing you to connect to. If you work internationally, then that complexity rises greatly. The trouble is, this is no longer an option. If you wish to continue doing business with those clients, you have no choice but to establish connections with each of those preferred platforms.

Close to 80 countries are now mandating e-Invoicing

Do you know which ones? Find a country-by-country overview, including links to many of the governing authorities and their platforms, inside our whitepaper.

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Eliminate complexity. Benefit from easier connectivity.

There are hundreds of different invoice networks. On average, each Order2Cash customer needs to connect with at least 12 different platforms. Developing connections to each of these networks is an extremely time-consuming, complex and costly process. As more and more of these platforms are created, so the complication grows. And how do you justify these extra costs?

We believe this complexity is unnecessary and so have made it our goal to establish connections to every B2B and B2G invoice network. We want to make all of these channel connections available for Order2Cash customers to utilize.

Select roaming channel per receiver

Any time, anywhere, any volume.

We want to ensure that you can deliver invoices anywhere in the world, at any time, via any channel that you or your customers require. Our commitment to interoperability and our expertise in network roaming engagement has already seen us develop connections to a large number of the leading, most popular channels. These connections are already available to our e-Invoicing customers. Some of our customers’ most commonly used channels are outlined below.

Order2Cash global interoperability

Several other channels are currently in a testing or development phase. Our extensive interoperability network is open to all Order2Cash customers and we’re looking to add more connections in the near future. Visit our support section to view the list of upcoming channels and print delivery options: Overview of our delivery channels

Need help with interoperability?

Is your organization struggling to build and maintain connections to B2B or B2G invoice networks?  Drop us a line and see if we can help connect you.

Global B2G e-Invoicing compliance map

View our interactive map of global e-Invoicing mandates. Use this handy orienteering and reference tool to find the pertinent information affecting your applicable business markets in seconds.

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