No, e-invoicing does not refer to invoices sent via the internet - a pdf in an email, for example.
An e-invoice is actually a data set containing all the information from the invoice being sent or received. The e-invoice network posts the data set with the sender and receiver identification numbers.
Due to these parameters, the network knows exactly
Where it should be delivered
As well as who the specific customer or vendor is that should be receiving it.
The delivery process is fully automated, and in many cases, it happens within a few seconds.
Depending on your business needs, you can trigger this process by simply clicking a button or fully automating it within your ERP system.
E-invoices are the modern way of sending and receiving invoices without ever touching paper or creating a PDF.
Listen to Zone & Co Product Owner in Engineering, Dennis van der Graaf, explain what e-invoices are in his own words:
Listen to the full podcast episode, How to Prepare for Electronic Invoicing (E-Invoicing), here:
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