E-Invoicing between tax transparency and process efficiency

E-Invoicing Exchange Summit Vienna
(PresseBox) ( Kreuzlingen, )
E-Invoicing is being mandated for by a growing number of governments all over the globe. The desire to close the VAT gap is one main driver, but for corporates this results in a growing variety of requirements and thus demands for increasing efforts to stay ahead of the compliance curve. In the light of process efficiency, they need a more standardised and harmonised reporting to tax administrations.

This year, the E-Invoicing Exchange Summit sets one focus on these challenging developments and offers deep insights into:
+ E-Invoicing and Continuous Transaction Controls in the Digital Age
+ Global trends and requirements in E-Invoicing, E-Reporting and E-Audit
+ Country updates from Serbia, Hungary, Poland, Croatia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, India, Germany and France
+ Requirements and challenges from the perspective of multinational companies and SMEs

The E-Invoicing Exchange Summit will be held in Vienna from September 27 to 29, 2021. At this well established and global networking platform in-depth information about recent developments and future trends in the field of E-Invoicing and beyond are presented and discussed with an expert audience from E-Invoicing, Tax, E-Procurement, Supply Chain Finance and AR/AP departments. An exhibition of the leading industry partners in the field of E-Invoicing, payment and process automation will be featured. The detailed programme is available on www.exchange-summit.com/europe
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