Are you compliant with Latin American e-invoicing legislation?
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With the increasing reliance on e-commerce, and the advancement of business process technologies, clearly comes complex regulatory legislation. Ensuring your business is compliant in this global economy can therefore be difficult. These requirements will affect not only how business is run, but also how organisations wishing to expand their business to multiple geographies design their IT systems.
In Latin America in particular, e-invoicing and tax policies continue to change. Both Brazil’s SEFAZ and Mexico’s SAT have launched new legislation for 2013 that includes changes to customer and supplier invoicing. Non-compliance places your organization at risk for customer collection issues, delayed shipments, large fines and criminal penalties as it is considered a form of tax evasion.
Is your AP and shared service organization prepared for the new legislation? And more importantly, do you know how to take advantage of it? Leading multi-nationals are using the government mandates for e-invoicing to automate the invoice to payment life cycle.
On Tuesday 5th March at 3pm, Invoiceware International will be presenting a webinar to discuss the key features of e-invoicing in Brazil and Mexcio, the legislative requirements, and how the process can be used to achieve accurate straight through processing.
Register your place at this insightful webinar now and recieve a free white paper 'Latin America Compliance Overview' outlining the key changes.