e-Invoicing to be mandatory in Australia

It is said every e-Invoice that replaces a paper invoice can deliver up to $20 in cost savings to the businesses involved, according to Deloitte Access Economics estimates. With approximately 89 per cent of small businesses (SMEs) using manual invoices, … Read More

Link4 Pre-Approved on the e-Invoicing Panel for All Government Departments

Every federal, state and local government department can now receive e-Invoicing services from Australian e-Invoicing provider, Link4 – without the need of a tender process. The Australian Government recognises e-Invoicing as a way to support small businesses in their recovery … Read More

Department of the Treasury select Link4 for e-Invoicing

The Department of the Treasury have selected leading Australian e-Invoicing provider Link4 to connect them to the PEPPOL network. e-Invoicing is the ability to send and receive invoices instantly, without the need for email and PDFs, which helps automate the … Read More

Link4 expands global presence with PEPPOL Accreditation

Link4 expands global presence with PEPPOL Accreditation

Link4 has been certified as an accredited PEPPOL Access Point provider for e-Invoicing. This allows small business owners to enjoy the benefits of e-Invoicing using their current cloud accounting system. e-Invoices are transferred between access points via a highly secure, international … Read More

The Difference Between Digital Invoicing and e-Invoicing

Invoices can be sent and received in several ways, such as paper, email, portable document format (PDF), or electronic invoicing. Interestingly, there is much confusion between digital invoicing and electronic invoicing, even though they are fundamentally different. If you think … Read More