Kreuzlingen, CH & Singapore, Nov 28, 2019 – (ACN Newswire) – The E-Invoicing Exchange Summit took place in Singapore on November 5 and 6, 2019. Almost 150 international experts, thought leaders and key decision-makers from 33 nations gathered to discuss best practices, new market developments and international solutions, and formed valuable, long-lasting business partnerships.
With the ASEAN region now approaching the implementation at full speed, topics at the E-Invoicing Exchange Summit highlighted Singapore’s first experiences in becoming a PEPPOL authority, and their strategy to onboard businesses to E-Invoicing. In the Singapore keynote IMDA’s Director-General for International Affairs made clear what important part E-Invoicing plays in Singapore’s strategy for a digital economy.
In the multinational, top-flight panels of experts the harmonization of different initiatives towards a truly global interoperability framework as well as the ASEAN perspective on E-Invoicing have been discussed intensively.
Presentations from South Korea, India and Taiwan showed their current status of implementation and the plans for a fast roll-out in the near future. More presentations gave insights into the legislative changes to new tax reporting requirements up to real time E-Invoicing requirements via government platforms. Country insights from Europe, Kazakhstan, Australia and New Zealand rounded off the convincing two day agenda.
For details on the Singapore Summit and free download of the latest E-Invoicing market report visit https://www.exchange-summit.com/exs/agenda.
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