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Questions to ask before
Moving to e-invoicing

  1. Where are you currently doing business?
  2. Are there plans within your company towards moving to e-invoicing?
  3. If so, do they include managing regulatory compliance for e-invoices that incorporate VAT and or TAX?
  4. Who are your main suppliers or buyers and where are they based?
  5. Are there any corporate initiatives put in place for Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Procurement departments?
  6. What are the top objectives set out by your managers, directors, officers?
  7. Does your organisation have centralised TAX, Procurement, Accounts Payable/Receivable representatives? If NO, where are they located and do you have their contact details?
  8. Does your accounts department have a dedicated VAT function? If so, where are they situated and do you have their contact details?
  9. How is your IT department structured, regionalised or centralised? If regionalised which regions support which locations?
  10. How much VAT does your company report on and for what countries?
  11. What percentage of it is handled via e-invoices and by which country?
  12. Do you know your priority country/countries for an e-invoicing solution should you decide to implement one?
  13. How much effort does your organisation put into preparing for and executing regional VAT audits?
  14. What are the costs associated with this effort?
  15. Do you have difficulty carrying out VAT audits in some countries?
  16. Are you aware of any corporate directives for Procurement, Tax, and Accounting