E-invoicing: how can we help?
Recent developments on e-invoicing are increasing the speed and complexity of the invoicing process on a global scale.
This puts pressure on many businesses to find the right approach, guaranteeing business compliance as well as business efficiency.
E-invoicing, e-reporting and e-audit legislation and guidance is constantly changing. Monitoring daily changes and analyzing the impact on your business is our core responsibility. Our services include:
Internal process review
Only a few countries require an e-invoicing attestation, however an internal invoice process review is helpful in case of audits or to demonstrate a high level of control on your VAT processes. Our services include:
System and partner evaluation
When selecting a new vendor or new solution, it is important to define all determining factors for the e-invoicing journey. It includes the e-invoicing footprint, integration with the accounting and ERP systems and availability of business process documentation.
Finding the right solution that suits your global e-invoicing footprint is a big first step. A well-documented and tested system and process is key. Once the solution is up and running, a close follow-up of changing requirements is crucial.
ERP and accounting systems: how can we help?
Intens System Review
Full review including: full mapping of your companies' transactions, review of your master data set-up, review of your VAT determination set-up and your country reporting requirements. The deliverable will be a to the point report including recommendations.
Quick System Review
High level review of the current VAT system set-up resulting in a to-the-point report with risks and recommendations. This review will give you a first indication about the quality of your set-up and will highlight the most important shortfalls.
Set-up and implementing your VAT condition logic. Via our worldwide network of VAT experts, we can ensure your system complies with the local VAT rules and reporting requirements.
System changes required as a result of new business transactions, new companies, or new VAT registrations (e.g. activation plants abroad).
Tax authorities shift to control data by requiring aggregate data on a periodical basis. Often such submissions are to be done on a real time basis.
The increasing pressure on companies’ tax compliance requires perfect system management: going from master data to system setup and system output.