We've quietly launched a new section on our website which will host valuable resources that the industry can utilise. Our first piece of
content is an Industry Acronyms 'Cheat Sheet' to serve as a quick reference if you've forgotten a particular acronym.
Get to know our VP Simone Dixon. Simone was introduced to ABSIA (now DSPANZ) in 2016 when she was Subject Matter Expert at TAPS. When
joining ELMO in 2020, knowing the benefits of being part of this community, she encouraged ELMO to join DSPANZ. At ELMO, Simone is the Risk &
provided a submission to Treasury's consultation on Supporting business adoption of electronic invoicing on 28 February 2022. We
support the introduction of the BER and believe it will have a positive impact on adoption as well as allow more small businesses to realise
the benefits of eInvoicing.
Read more and access a full copy of the submission here.
the past month, we have been attending the following webinars, meetings and roundtables:
IRD Annual Changes Meetings
A-NZ Peppol All Stakeholders Working Group (Consistent Data Mapping Focus Group)
RegTech Award Compliance Strategic Working Group (RACSWG)
NZ DAG Meeting
Modernising Business Registers Design Working Group
Factsheet and Communications Kit
ATO has produced two resources on eInvoicing: a factsheet and a communications kit to help businesses understand eInvoicing, how to get
involved and how to communicate onboarding with their customers.
in Tech Fest DSPANZ
is sponsoring the 6th annual Women in Tech. Fest taking place 10-12 May in Melbourne. Aimed at forward thinking women who want to advance
their leadership skills, expand their networks and keep up with the latest tech trends, the event facilitates opportunities to meet and
learn from some of the nation's most inspirational and successful women in tech.
More details and a DSPANZ member discount code can be found here.
White's Panel Discussion at Women in Tech Fest
DSPANZ Director Ann White will be speaking in the panel: "What men need to bring to the table to help even out the playing
field." Ann's thinking is that it’s not just men that need to bring something to the table, women also need to make a few