About the E-Delivery of Business - E-invoicing Sub-Committee
The e-delivery of business - e-invoicing sub-committee looks to support software developers and interested parties involved in the development and adoption of e-invoicing solutions in Australia, New Zealand and across the Peppol network. This sub-committee, through monthly meetings, provides a platform for the broader Australian and New Zealand software industries to engage, participate and collaborate on A-NZ Peppol e-invoicing.
Understanding that Peppol is more than just e-invoicing, this sub-committee will also have a focus on other e-delivery opportunities for our members and the wider e-invoicing community.
The objectives of this sub-committee include:
- Monitoring opportunities and developments in e-invoicing
- Making recommendations on e-invoicing policies, technologies and their commercial implications
- Making recommendations to the DSPANZ Board surrounding e-invoicing
- Progressing e-invoicing awareness and adoption in both Australia and New Zealand
- Providing a platform for members and stakeholders to convene and share information and concerns with the ability for DSPANZ to escalate these queries with the ATO, MBIE or Peppol if needed
Co-Chairs - Simon Foster and Matt Lewis
Members - Representatives from Rimini Street, Xtrasoft, MYOB, Easy Payslip, SuperChoice, Capability Wise, Ozedi, Havi Technology, MessageXchange, Pagero, Eagle Shared Services, Esker, Zavanti, Xero, Layer Security, Exobiz Services, Intuit, Pronto, BPAY, B2BE, Technology One, Storecove, Link4 and Sybiz.
How the Sub-Committee Operates
This sub-committee hosts monthly A-NZ Service Provider Community Meetings which are open to all those interested in e-invoicing, both members and non-members. Register for the April meeting here.
Both the Forum and DSPANZ's Slack channel are utilised for communication with members and those attend the monthly meetings. For an invite to the Slack channel, please email email@example.com.
DSPANZ has held various webinars and participated in consultations relating to e-invoicing over the years. Find details of relevant webinars below and more information about past consultations here.
- Current Australian accredited service providers can be found on the ATO's website
DSPANZ & E-invoicing
DSPANZ has had a vital role in progressing A-NZ e-invoicing since 2015. Our role so far has included:
- May 2021 - $15.3 million allocated in the budget to encourage the adoption of e-invoicing
- December 2020 - A-NZ Industry Practice Statements are published on the A-NZ peppol GitHub
- July 2020 - Invoice status and content workshops kick off co-chaired by ABSIA, ATO and MBIE. The intention is to develop an ANZ "Best Practice" implementation guide for e-invoice content and message response.
- June 2020 - ABSIA submits to the ATO and MBIE's e-invoicing discussion paper on invoice status communication and kicks off monthly e-invoicing meetings for members and e-invoicing community.
- December 2019 - First group of Australian accredited service providers live on the Peppol network.
- December 2019 - The first e-invoice was sent in New Zealand.
- November 2019 - ABSIA Members and Board Members attend the New Zealand launch of Peppol.
- October 2019 - ABSIA's Simon Foster and Member Rick Harvey attend OpenPeppol face to face meeting where new Peppol branding is launched.
- August 2019 - ABSIA submitted to the ATO and MBIE's consultation process for localised Peppol standards.
- June 2019 - ABSIA hosted a follow up Peppol webinar for members. Materials can be accessed here.
- April 2019 - ABSIA hosted a Peppol training webinar for interested software developers. Materials from this webinar can be accessed via our Forum here.
- April 2019 - ABSIA presents at the Australian and New Zealand Government's 'Get ready for PEPPOL e-invoicing' engagement forum.
- March 2019 - ABSIA sends a delegate to the 11th OpenPEPPOL General Assembly in Belgium alongside the Australian and New Zealand governments.
- March 2019 - ABSIA joins OpenPEPPOL as an observer organisation. Peppol joins ABSIA as a Business Member.
- January 2019 - ABSIA representatives meet with Peppol and the Trans Tasman Working Group and advise transition to Peppol standard.
- January 2019 - ABSIA representative attends the official launch of Singapore's Peppol e-invoicing network and participates in the IMDA training workshop for software developers.
- December 2018 - ABSIA represents the software industry at the Trans-Tasman Ministerial Roundtable on e-invoicing in Sydney - and recommends that the Trans Tasman Working Group re-examines the Peppol standard.
- October 2018 - ABSIA hosts an international conference on e-invoicing for software developers in Melbourne. Members and software developers from across the Asia Pacific attend. Presenters include Australian Federal and State governments, the New Zealand government and the Infocomm Media Development Authority in Singapore.
- October 2018 - ABSIA prepares a submission for Treasury representing the considered views of the software industry on the governance model and approach for Trans-Tasman e-invoicing.
- February 2017 - ABSIA chairs the Governance Working Group for the Digital Business Council on e-invoicing. ABSIA is also represented on the Technical Working Group, DCL Working Group and Semantic Working Group.
- October 2016 - ABSIA members (Squirrel Street and Ozedi) demonstrate the interoperability of the Digital Capability Locator using the draft Australian DBC e-invoicing standards at the ABSIA annual conference.
- September 2016 - ABSIA stands up a prototype Digital Capability Locator (DCL) for members and developers for testing purposes.
- November 2015 - ABSIA is a founding member of the Digital Business Council. The Digital Business Council was established to help government understand the makeup and technical frameworks for a modern digital Australian economy.