COMPLIANCE WITH REGULATIONS
COMPLIANCE WITH THE REGULATIONS THAT PROVIDE FOR E-INVOICING TO THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND CONFORMITY WITH THE SPECIFICATIONS OF THE NEW ITALIAN TECHNICAL GUIDELINES ON DIGITAL STORAGE.
REDUCTION IN COSTS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A PERSONALISED SYSTEM FOR THE ISSUE AND MANAGEMENT OF E-INVOICES FOR THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION.
IT INTERPRETS ANY STRUCTURED LAYOUT THEREFORE THE CUSTOMER DOES NOT NEED TO MAKE INVESTMENTS TO CREATE THE REQUIRED EDI FORMAT; ABOVE ALL IT EXPLOITS THE COMMUNICATION CHANNEL TO GENERATE EDI MESSAGES AND ACCESS ALL THE OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED BY MULTI-CHANNEL DELIVERY.
This is achieved through the acquisition of any structured format input file and conversion in the required EDI format.
This is achieved thought the generation of communications starting from the structured data layout and delivery to the different channels managed (traditional mail, e-mail, certified e-mail, EDI or a dedicated portal for the distribution of documents).
This is achieved by offering the possibility to attach other documents required by the addressee to the invoice for better understanding (for example: work progress, agreement, order, reports or the PDF document of the traditional invoice).
This is achieved by monitoring the e-invoicing flow, from the generation to the loading of the electronic invoices; the outcome reports sent by the EDI system are automatically managed.
This is achieved by placing the qualified signature on the e-invoices issued to the Public Administration, which are automatically loaded on the EDI system.
This is achieved by means of the repository and retrieval service that is compliant with the new Italian technical guidelines on the storage of electronic documents.
This is achieved though the legible graphic representation of the e-invoices issued to the Public Administration.
In compliance with the law, invoices issued to the Public Administration must be electronic and this is the only type of invoice accepted by Administrations, which according to the law, must adopt the EDI system developed by Sogei.
E-invoicing towards the Public Administration has been mandatory since:
6 June 2014 for Ministries, tax agencies and national insurance bodies.
31 March 2015 for all the other public administrations.
Economic agents are obliged to issue, transmit and store the electronic invoices issued to the PA, in compliance with the Italian technical guidelines and to use the electronic data interchange system as system to transmit and check the documents issued.
E-invoices are transmitted or received via the electronic data exchange system which allows economic agents, intermediaries or public administrations to issue and receive invoices.
It is forbidden to all public administrations to accept or pay (even in part) invoices issued in paper format.
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