Find out more on how New Zealand businesses are realising the benefits from implementing eInvoicing.
Seeing the benefits of eInvoicing for businesses, Xero was one of the first accounting software providers to offer eInvoicing capability to its customers – and is now using eInvoicing to streamline Xero’s own finance operations.
With thousands of suppliers to pay every month, Woolworths group set out to enable faster payment of suppliers but also found significant efficiencies for its own operations and teams.
During 2020’s COVID19 lockdown, Westpac wanted to boost the cashflow of NZ’s SME businesses - by paying them faster.
No more headaches chasing up clients about confusing invoices.
That’s what bookkeeper and tax agent Stella Vockins most enjoys about using eInvoicing for her Manawatu business Count Me In Ltd.
The government agency rolling out eInvoicing to the New Zealand business community is leading the way. The Ministry for Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) is getting its suppliers on board and showing them how much it can speed up payments.
Using eInvoicing has been a revelation for sole-trader accountant Mike Higgins in how much time and hassle he can save in his own business and for his clients.
Financial solutions specialist Acume wanted to provide an easy way for businesses of all sizes to benefit from eInvoicing.
KPMG uses eInvoicing with MBIE as they explore using the technology wider.
Change in any large organisation can be challenging, especially when it comes to IT. For Waipā District Council, with a goal to improve the efficiency of its systems and processes, implementing eInvoicing turned out to be a smooth process.
eInvoicing is being implemented across New Zealand and is expected to deliver over $4.4 Billion in productivity savings to businesses in New Zealand over 10 years. Treasury is one of the early adopters of eInvoicing.
Sending eInvoices to Government has been an effortless path to faster payment for Tailor Made Solutions, an independent security solution provider.