Providers, resources and support
All you need, to make setting up eInvoicing easy.
This page contains a wide range of information to help you get started with eInvoicing, including decision making flow charts, lists of eInvoicing enabled software providers, a communication toolkit and more.
Use this calculator to learn about the financial benefits eInvoicing can provide for your business.
Getting started decision charts
Check our simple flow charts to understand the key decisions, and steps you need to take to get set up for eInvoicing:
Most major software providers are already able to provide eInvoicing - or currently building this capability. Our list of current enabled providers, is below.
We take all reasonable care to ensure this list is accurate, but changes can occur post-publish. We’ll add to this list as more eInvoicing enabled software providers become available.
How to become an eInvoicing enabled software provider
If you are a provider that wishes to be on this list - and offer eInvoicing services, read more on how to become a software provider.
In order for any business to send or receive an eInvoice it will need an access point provider (APP). In most cases, your software provider will already link to their preferred APP. But if you need to select 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.
The providers on this register have completed the New Zealand Peppol Authority accreditation process and are approved to operate in the network. 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.
Becoming an Access Point Provider
If you are a provider that wishes to be on this list - and offer eInvoicing services - read more on how to become an Access Point provider.
Here are a range of resources that can help you get the most value out of eInvoicing in your business:
PEPPOL capabilities and associated services(external link) — New Zealand Government Procurement