One would expect that software which streamlines and automates invoicing processes, making document exchange more efficient and cost effective, would be quickly adopted in the majority of markets around the world.Unfortunately, this is not the case in many countries. However, when we look at the ASEAN region, e-invoicing adoption is already happening. Singapore and Indonesia have introduced e-invoicing, and countries such as Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam and Malaysia are planning to do so in the near future.
What we can see is that e-invoicing is no longer a “nice to have” feature, but is becoming a fundamental part of the digital economy of ASEAN countries. So, what are the main obstacles? And why can overcoming them improve key areas of your business? This is the knowledge we provide you with in our new white paper.
Electronic invoicing is the natural progression of a fundamental business process in the digital era – one that will inevitably be adopted by every company looking to boost efficiency and productivity while reducing operational costs.