Access point providers

Becoming an accredited access point provider can benefit you by attracting clients who want the service and can see that you've met the accreditation requirements. Find out more about the e-Invoicing framework (Peppol).

Accredited access point providers list

The providers on this register have completed the New Zealand Peppol Authority accreditation process and are approved to operate in the network.

In order for any business to send or receive an e-Invoice it will need an access point provider (APP). Before selecting an APP do your research. Speak to your software provider, and a range of access point providers, about what they offer and what you need.

We take all reasonable care to ensure the register is accurate and kept up to date as more companies become accredited, but changes may occur post-publish.

There is a separate list for e-Invoicing enabled software providers.

Company Access point availability
B2BE NZ Pty(external link) Available for all
B2Brouter(external link) Available for all
Basware Corporation(external link) Available for all
Celtrino(external link) Available for all
CloudTrade(external link) Available for all
Edicom Capital S.L.(external link) Available for all
Esker NZ(external link) Available for all
Havi Technology Pty Limited(external link) Available for all
IBM Limited(external link) Available for all
Link4(external link) Available for all
LUCA Plus(external link) Available for all
MessageXchange(external link) Available for all
Open Text New Zealand Limited(external link) Available for all
Ozedi Holding Pty Limited(external link) Available for all
Pacific Commerce(external link) Available for all
Pagero AB(external link) Available for all
Payreq Australia Pty Limited(external link) Available for all
SAP SE(external link) Available to existing customers
Storecove(external link) Available for all
Tranzsoft Group Limited(external link) Available for all
Valta Tech(external link) Available for all
Xaana Pty Limited(external link) Available for all
Xero(external link) Available to existing customers

Becoming an accredited access point provider

To be accredited by the New Zealand Peppol Authority all access point providers must complete:

  1. an expression of interest
  2. the accreditation pack
  3. testing requirements.

How long accreditation takes depends on how ready you are.

New Zealand based access point providers

Your accreditation to use the Peppol e-Delivery network requires the New Zealand Peppol Authority to review your organisation’s:

  1. financial position
  2. insurance policies
  3. leadership credibility, and
  4. online presence.

You'll also need to provide information about your organisation’s technical infrastructure and security processes.

New Zealand Peppol Authority accreditation guide [PDF, 171 KB]

Established access point providers

If your organisation is already operating on the Peppol network, we will engage with your domain’s local Peppol Authority to determine your eligibility for New Zealand accreditation.

You'll still need to complete some sections of the accreditation pack and complete New Zealand interoperability testing.

New Zealand Peppol Authority accreditation guide [PDF, 171 KB]

Australian-accredited access point providers

Peppol network providers accredited by the Australian Peppol Authority can get mutual accreditation by the New Zealand Peppol Authority. They only need to sign the New Zealand Annexes 1 and 5, the New Zealand Privacy Statement and the e-Invoicing Website Details Form.

New Zealand Peppol Authority accreditation guide [PDF, 171 KB]

Support

If your organisation requires assistance during the accreditation process, please contact us at einvoicing@mbie.govt.nz.


Peppol e-procurement services

As well as e-invoicing, PEPPOL provides a range of e-procurement documents including purchase orders, catalogues, dispatch advices and invoice response.


Resources

For information about technical standards A-NZ-PEPPOL-BIS-3.0 contact einvoicing@mbie.govt.nz.

New Zealand Peppol Authority accreditation support guide [PDF, 171 KB]

Last updated: 20 July 2021