Link4, a leading global provider of eInvoicing solutions, in collaboration with the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), hosted a highly successful event titled “eInvoicing in Malaysia: How are you affected?” attracting a diverse range of enterprise professionals eager to navigate the upcoming eInvoicing mandate.
The event, held on December 8th at The iSpace in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, featured insightful presentations by MDEC and Link4 experts, including Mr. Saiful Izwan Mohd Shazali, Director – National eInvoicing & Standardisation, Digital Trade, Digital Industry Development Division at MDEC, and Mr. Robin Sands, CEO of Link4. Attendees gained valuable knowledge on the Peppol eInvoicing framework, business benefits of adopting eInvoicing, compliance requirements, and practical steps for implementation.
“The overwhelming response to this event underscores the urgency and importance businesses in Malaysia are placing on preparing for the eInvoicing mandate,” said Mr. Robin Sands, CEO of Link4. “We are thrilled to see such strong interest in Link4’s solutions and our commitment to empowering businesses of all sizes with the tools and expertise they need for a smooth transition.”
Post the event, attendees engaged in networking opportunities, demonstrating a keen interest in understanding eInvoicing and exploring Link4’s comprehensive range of eInvoicing solutions. Many attendees expressed concerns about compliance deadlines and the complexities of implementation, highlighting the critical role Link4 can play in simplifying the process.
Link4 has a local office in Malaysia, led by Business Development Manager Ms. Stephanie Xavier who is well position to understand and cater to the 4Invoicing needs of the local market. Ms. Xavier has an extensive experience in FinTech and Digitalisation solutions for Malaysian enterprises.
“Link4’s extensive global experience and proven track record in eInvoicing implementation make us a trusted partner for Malaysian businesses,” said Ms. Xavier. “Our solutions cater to diverse needs and our commitment to local market compliance provides local businesses with the confidence to navigate this transition seamlessly.”
With Phase 1 of the eInvoicing mandate approaching in August 2024, enterprises with an annual turnover exceeding MYR 100 million need to act now. Link4 stands ready to guide businesses through every step of the implementation process, ensuring a compliant and efficient transition to eInvoicing.
Link4 (going under the name ‘LinkFor’ in Asian countries) is a leading global provider of eInvoicing solutions, helping businesses of all sizes optimise their invoicing processes and achieve digital transformation. With over 7 years of experience and a focus on customer success, Link4 offers a comprehensive suite of eInvoicing solutions, including cloud-based invoicing software, Peppol access points, and data integration services. Link4 is committed to delivering secure, reliable and cost-effective eInvoicing solutions that enable businesses to improve efficiency, reduce costs and gain a competitive edge. For more information: www.linkfor.asia/my