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Everything You Need to Know About Peppol


The future of finance is digital. Paper and PDF invoices will be a thing of the past and e-invoicing is not only more efficient and secure, but it is increasingly required to do business in many countries.

While many finance, shared services or tax professionals who have experience with e-invoicing are aware of Peppol, detailed understanding of Peppol is still limited to a small community of experts. But you will likely be hearing more and more about Peppol and its role in fulfilling e-invoicing and tax and reporting mandates.


What is Peppol? Peppol is a network that regulates common standards for e-invoicing. It is not a platform, but a network that connects organizations commercially through service access points (for example your e-invoicing provider).

If you are investing in e-invoicing or expanding your e-invoicing program, there are some important things to know about Peppol, an international e-invoicing standard with growing global importance.

Members can download a write up of this webinar here.

Alex Baulf, Senior Director, Global Indirect Tax & E-Invoicing at Avalara explores

  • Peppol’s role in the EU and beyond including Australia, NZ, Singapore, Japan
  • The role Peppol could play in France, Malaysia and UAE mandates
  • Tips to remain compliant with new e-invoicing and real-time tax reporting mandates
  • What to look for in certified and accredited Peppol providers
  • The new Peppol International Invoice (PINT) models
  • Insight into the US’s similar 4-corner “B2B Digital Highway”

Beyond the basics, this webinar will help you understand Peppol’s role in e-invoicing and what you need to know to help your business thrive and expand while navigating complex regulations globally.


Alex Baulf,

Alex Baulf,

Global Indirect Tax & E-Invoicing, Avalara
Sarah Fane

Sarah Fane

Head of Content, sharedserviceslink
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