I need to receive an invoice via public networks
The administration must request electronic invoices from its service providers. Otherwise, the invoices cannot be processed or paid.
Incorrect receipt of invoices
At times, the public administration receives invoices in a format and via a network that has not been established by the regulations.
An example is the receipt of invoices in PDF format by email.
Incorrect information on the invoices
At times, the public administration receives invoices without required information, such as the record number or similar. These data are necessary for the administration department to correctly process the invoice.
This leads to refusals and obstacles in the processing.
Receipt of incidences from service providers
At times, the public administration receives incidences from the service providers, which cannot always be solved because of a lack of control or knowledge and which saturate the organisation’s administration department.
Integration of invoices into the system
At times, the public administration encounters problems when integrating the invoices received from a public network into their management system.
Verification of the service provider’s identity
At times, the public administration needs to verify the identity of their service providers to avoid fraud or scams through the invoices they receive.
We have found the B2BRouter PEPPOL Access Point service easy to implement and use. Should we have any queries/errors the support team are quick in response and fixing any issue.
- Kate Dominy
- Admin Assistant
Correct receipt of invoices
B2Brouter guarantees the receipt of all the invoices the service providers send via a public network that is connected with the public administration. The data of the organisation appear in the B2Brouter directory. This means that when a service provider enters the tax ID number, B2Brouter automatically configures the sending via the correct network, with the correct invoice format, and without the service provider having to do anything.
Efficient processing of invoices
The public administration can apply the business rules it chooses for invoices from service providers. B2Brouter ensures that the sender cannot send any invoice without essential information requested by the administration, such as, for example, special codes, record number, etc. This speeds up the processing of the invoice.
Fewer incidences for the public administration
If the service providers use B2Brouter to send the electronic invoices, B2Brouter manages and solves the incidences that arise. This reduces the number of incidences that reach the public administration from the service provider.
Efficient management of invoices
B2Brouter acts as a link between the management system of the public administration and the public network via which the invoices are received. B2Brouter receives and downloads all the invoices received to the organisation’s management system, ensuring that there are no problems or loss of information.
Verification of service providers
B2Brouter verifies the identity of all the companies that use the platform to send an electronic invoice. As a result, the public administration is protected, and attempts at fraud by senders are avoided.
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I need to invoice the public administration
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