October 15, 2019

Fitek to give a speech at the Autumn Estonian Accountants’ Conference on “E-invoicing and digitalization – where is the benefit?”

Head of Fitek Global Inbound Business Unit, Indrek Allas, will share his experience at the Estonian Accountants’ Conference on "E-invoicing and digitalization - where is the benefit?" by talking about sending and receiving e-invoices, and about the newly launched self-service platform Arved.ee. This e-invoicing platform is developing fast and will have 8,000 users by mid-October.

The Estonian state switched to e-invoicing following the amendment to the Accounting Act, which was adopted in February and came into force in July, 2019. The Autumn conference is the most comprehensive event covering the pros and cons of the transition to e-invoicing in Estonia. The conference will bring together practitioners and representatives from Omniva, CostPocet, Envoice, Telema and others to share their experience and suggestions.

Indrek Allas: “Many people have said that the introduction of e-invoicing means financial savings, but in real-life small businesses may not experience it that way. At least not immediately, because for a smaller business, savings will come in the long run, and the increase in the volume of e-invoicing will certainly contribute to that. In a situation where the state only accepts e-invoices, we want to talk to entrepreneurs about the benefits of e-invoicing and the role of operators in ensuring that the invoice moves from sender to recipient quickly and in the right format.”

For more information on the conference to be held on 24 October, click here.

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