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eInvoicing
Airwallex, Xero extend partnership with easier invoice payments
Airwallex has extended its long-term partnership with Xero by releasing a new payment link integration for Xero invoices that will make receiving them easier and faster for Australian businesses.
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eInvoicing
Investigating the secure frontline of NZ's eInvoicing rollout
As of 31 March 2022, Central Government agencies in Aotearoa New Zealand were required to be capable of receiving eInvoices.
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Accounting
FinTech Easy Business App expands its finance app ecosystem
Fintech start-up Easy Business App (formerly Easy Payslip) launches a new invoicing solution specially built for small business owners, sole traders and accountants.
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Valta Technology Group (Valtatech)
Valta Technology Group appointed to ATO's Peppol eInvoicing panel
“There has never been a more critical time for Government agencies to regain control of their procurement and invoicing functions."
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The Ministry of Women
Ministry of Women paves the way for eInvoicing rollout in NZ government
Minitatanga mō ngā Wāhine (The Ministry of Women) is now the latest government agency to implement eInvoicing, making it easier for those in need to get support.
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Business management platform
Xero plagued by systems issues at worst possible time of month for customers
Xero is experiencing major systems issues coinciding with end of month invoicing, creating disruption for customers worldwide.
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Government
NSW Govt extends partnership with MessageXchange
The partnership enables the entirety of the New South Wales Government to access the EDI service, known as Transactions.buy.
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Fintech
Three things to avoid when implementing eInvoicing
Removing paper from invoicing processes is a crucial step to reach true efficiencies, writes MessageXchange managing director and co-founder John Delaney.
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Payment gateways
How eInvoicing works and why it’s essential for business survival
The reasons for implementing eInvoicing centre on unlocking many benefits for all stakeholders by automating previously manual processes, writes MessageXchange managing director John Delaney.
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Compliance
Fuji Xerox brings accounts receivable solution to APAC
The AI-driven, cloud-based solution enables intra-team collaboration and is compliant with standards in over 60 countries.
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eInvoicing provides greater benefits for business
"Using Peppol as the basis for Australian and New Zealand eInvoicing supports more efficient processing of invoices."
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eInvoicing firm Storecove lands in Asia Pacific
Australian tech entrepreneur and former Squirrel Street founder & CEO Simon Foster will lead Storecove as APAC general manager.
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Printers
How mobile workers can become even more efficient
“Mobile workers who can manage invoices and forms on the go, simply using their smart device, can be more productive and efficient. They can work more accurately and avoid the frustrations that come with manual, paper-based processes that often ties them to a desk.” 
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Analytics
How to address key challenges in accounts payable processing
"Organisations need to be freed from routine work like checking invoice compliance and entering invoice data manually."
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Payment innovation
Preparing for eInvoicing requirements
The New Zealand and Australian governments are working on a joint approach to create trans-Tasman standards to eInvoicing that’ll make it easier for businesses in both countries work with each other and across the globe
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NZ Government
Govt’s Small Business roadshows kick off around the country
The roadshows will travel around the country and bring together the private sector with representatives from government agencies.
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New Zealand business
eInvoicing, unemployment, foreign trade – Xero comments on Budget 2018
It’s safe to say that in yesterday’s Budget there were very few surprises.