“As part of the 2020-21 Budget, the Australian Government announced it would take further action to accelerate the adoption of Peppol e-Invoicing for the public and private sectors by mandating that all Commonwealth Government agencies must be able to receive Peppol e-invoices by 1 July 2022, with large agencies having to do so by 1 July 2021“
As a certified PEPPOL Network Access Point, Celtrino specialise in digitising public sector procurement through the PEPPOL network and each year we facilitate the exchange of millions of documents. We can help a government department or agency easily engage in electronic document transfer and streamline connection through seamless integration with ERP systems.
Through a single connection, we enable public sector buyers and suppliers to exchange documents (e.g. invoices and orders) with each other electronically, regardless of what back office systems they use. With connections worldwide, advanced document conversion and a keen pricing structure, it’s easy to get started. Peppol enables trading partners to exchange electronic document over the Peppol network based on what is known as a 4-corner model as shown below. Both the sender and recipient can choose any service operator they find most suitable for their own needs to act as Access Points.
The 4-corner model is a system where the supplier utilises different service providers to process electronic documents that pass between the supplier and the buyer. This 4-corner model provides a secure method for the structured exchange of electronic documents.
Users in Australian Government departments can simply transfer documents electronically via our Celtrino PEPPOL Access Point solution. Celtrino provide data mapping, data validation, and data enrichment services to ensure all documents are securely transferred to a trading partner regardless of what format they are in, and we provide full integration with all the main ERP providers.
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