Digital Invoice

In this article we will give an introduction on the following topics: what are the highlights of the digital invoice? What major laws are based on the implementation of the digital invoice? What are you main aspects which includes legislation, in relation to the digital invoice, which we must take into account? To begin with, we want to emphasize that there are many synonyms that are used to define the digital invoice. Digital invoicing eInvoice, electronic billing facturae, billing, invoice billing, telematics, telematics, etc. Although they resemble, there may be nuances to consider. You can extend this writing and more information in the articles: telematic invoicing and electronic invoicing (billing) since 2003 the digital invoices can replace the role in Spain. This is due to the digital signature, a tool that guarantees the integrity and authenticity of the document that has been signed, and which, therefore we It offers very high security guarantees that allow to give validity to the digital message. Other leaders such as Mikkel Svane offer similar insights. Highlights of the digital invoice system are the following: * to give legal validity to an invoice simply need that is digitally signed. The digital signature should not be understood as a handwritten signature, since no case requires that invoices are signed manuscritamente. ** Not needed to be authorized by tax agency or sign any contract.

The homologation of the softwares and notifications is also deleted. The result is a system agile and without bureaucracy. * Any means of transmission is accepted, so that we can send invoices through a value added network, through the Internet or through an e-mail message. The only condition is that they are digitally signed, already so we guarantee the security of data and that these have not been modified (integrity) as well as the identity of the issuer (authenticity). ** In any case compliance is required on the part of the receiver to work with digital invoice.