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We have already looked at an introduction to e-invoicing and how it works. The next part of our series looks at the benefits of e-invoicing to Suppliers. In our next edition we will focus on the benefits to buyers.
As an aspiring, or as an actual, food producer, you are undoubtedly familiar with the term “food distributor”. The term encompasses a lot, and there is often confusion about the exact role of a distributor in the food supply chain.
In our previous blog we outlined the Basics of Electronic Invoicing (e-invoicing). Here we look at the overall process
EU Consumers have a fantastic dispute resolution service available to them when shopping online
Electronic invoicing (e-Invoicing) is the exchange of an invoice document between a supplier and a buyer in electronic format. E-Invoices are a legally recognised alternative to paper invoices, and carry the exact same validity. E-Invoices are exchanged in a structured format that allows for automatic processing by the buyer.
90% of food start-ups fail in their first year, mainly citing issues around funding, cash flow, and distribution.
There are, however, a number of other aspects that contribute.
The past few years have seen a major rise in food start-ups bringing new products to market. Shoppers have more choice than ever, with new innovations also changing the way shoppers are consuming food products. Food start-ups have access to more sales channels than ever before, enabling them to reach more end customers directly, without the need for intermediaries.
PEPPOL enables Public Sector organisations and their suppliers to exchange documents electronically, such as invoices and orders.
Celtrino have been selected by the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) of the EU to upgrade its digital services infrastructure to support the exchange and processing of the new European Norm for e-invoicing, using the latest eDelivery components including AS4 and SMP.