xSuite, a German supplier of digital document-handling providers, particularly these integrating with SAP software program, has received a key authorities certification in Singapore, in keeping with a press launch.

The nation’s Infocomm Media Improvement Authority (IMDA) has listed xSuite amongst firms whose electronic-invoicing merchandise are appropriate to be used with the Peppol system.

Peppol isn’t a platform, however describes itself as “a set of technical specs that may be applied in current eProcurement options and eBusiness alternate providers to make them interoperable between disparate programs throughout Europe.”

Singapore makes use of an bill format referred to as InvoiceNow.

In asserting its product’s Peppol approval by Singaporean authorities, xSuite acknowledged within the launch: “Utilizing xSuite’s resolution, firms can ship, obtain and accurately show digital invoices in accordance with IMDA requirements. The related workflow additionally ensures SAP-integrated, automated processing of incoming invoices. By way of xSuite, firms can register themselves on the platform for the Service Metadata Writer (SMP) for Singapore’s Nationwide eInvoicing Community. The product is geared towards Singaporean firms that use SAP, ERP or SAP S/4HANA and that purpose to just accept and course of digital invoices.”

Based in 1994, xSuite has greater than 200 staff and workplaces in Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands, Singapore, Slovakia, Spain and america. The corporate reported 2019 income of $43.3 million, in keeping with its web site.

xSuite introduced in August that its Group Enterprise Companion Portal Sphere would work on SAP’s cloud platform.

One of many classes of 2020, in keeping with leaders within the funds business, was that automating programs corresponding to bill processing and accepting digital funds will increase the effectivity of receivables assortment.

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