OB10, the global electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) network, is partnering with accredited certification service provider and digital signature platform Comprova.com to offer organisations compliant e-invoicing in Brazil.
According to OB10, Brazil has mandated e-invoicing and is probably the most complex country in terms of regulations, which require careful monitoring. The partnership aims both to help organisations meet government requirements in Brazil while also taking e-invoicing a step further by achieving straight-through processing (STP) of invoices.
“Comprova’s rigorous certification solution creates legally compliant invoices for goods, services and transport,” said Marcos Nader, president of Comprova.com. “By combining this with the flexibility of the OB10 network, invoices are validated against government and buyer-specific requirements to ensure they are processed and paid faster.”
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