Government Invoicing Requirements

The national government annually receives approximately 1.5 million invoices from suppliers. From January 1, 2017 are suppliers required to send in new purchase contracts, electronic invoices (XML format) to the central government. The national government expects its suppliers to deliver their invoices from that date through Digipoort, Simplerinvoicing or manually enter invoices in the portal. This applies to all new orders and contracts that you enter into with the National Government.

Because these demands considerable implications for a company entail and because the date of January 1, 2017 is fast approaching, we want to warn our services. Using ICreative and the Basware network, you can quickly and easily meet the requirements of the national government.

So if you want to get started quickly (and should) go, please feel free to contact us. We are happy to discuss the possibilities for your situation!

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