Grasping global e-invoicing: strategies, scalability, and compliance

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ITR and EY

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Are you trying to navigate the complex landscape of e-invoicing regulations across different jurisdictions? Are you keen to adopt strategies that leverage technology and collaboration to streamline your invoicing processes? If so, this webinar is designed to assist you. Strategies and scalability: building today for tomorrow’s success EY will shed light on strategies to assist with varying e-invoicing requirements and the implementation of legislative developments. This will help to equip you with the knowledge and tools necessary to grasp e-invoicing globally. The webinar will explain how technology can drive efficiencies in e-invoicing processes and help to ensure compliance with the various requirements. Collaboration is also key to keeping pace with the rapidly evolving world of global e-invoicing. Learn how fostering collaboration within an organisation and with external partners can help to fulfil e-invoicing requirements. E-invoicing challenges: spotlight on global and regional considerations EY will share insights about how different jurisdictions are addressing e-invoicing requirements, and the moving timelines globally. An opportunity to hear from EY – a global perspective The webinar will offer valuable information for tax and finance professionals, compliance officers, and business leaders who are looking to stay on top of the latest developments in the dynamic world of global e-invoicing. The following senior tax professionals at EY will be sharing their insights: • Georgiana Iancu, partner, indirect tax, at Ernst & Young Service S.r.l.; • Chiu Ming Man, partner, tax EMEIA FS, at Ernst & Young LLP; and • Julian Wong, partner, tax, at Ernst & Young Tax Consultants Sdn Bhd. There will be opportunities to raise questions during this webinar.
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