The Australian Taxation Office’s (ATO) mandate for all federal government agencies to adopt e-invoicing by July 2022 will get cashflow back to small and medium-sized suppliers significantly faster than current invoicing processes, according to SAP Concur.
The Federal Department of Treasury can now accept invoices from its suppliers through a digital channel, with an e-invoicing solution having gone live on Friday.
The NSW Government’s Department of Customer Service has appointed business-to-business integration solutions provider MessageXchange to provide its e-invoicing solution aimed at streamlining procure-to-pay services.
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