Link4 Tapped by Department of Industry for e-Invoicing

The Federal Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources is streamlining their invoice process to support Australia’s economic bounce back.

Adelaide, 24th of February, 2021
Link4 announce that another key Federal government department will be using their PEPPOL accredited access point to meet their e-Invoicing needs. Xcellerate IT and Link4 have been working together to implement e-Invoicing ahead of the government e-Invoicing mandate.

e-Invoicing will give government departments the ability to receive invoices instantly, without the need for email and PDFs. This helps to automate the procure-to-pay
process, increasing their efficiency and making the process more secure. As PDF invoices are being intercepted and altered more frequently, e-Invoicing provides a secure
channel for invoices to be delivered and processed in a safer way.

By processing invoices faster, the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources will be supporting small businesses (SMEs) to increase their cash flow and
reduce the pain of having to wait on outstanding invoice payments.

Departments which focus on economic growth, transformation and support of businesses, especially for SMEs would value e-invoicing. It can help them achieve their
goals and make a commitment to pay invoices within 5 days, which can be achieved through e-invoicing.\

Link4 was chosen, based on how our service operates under the PEPPOL network and our ability to on-board invoices to the Kofax platform, which is supported by Xcellerate IT. This will allow departments using Kofax to accept invoices from all of their suppliers, both now and in the future.

The Department will leverage their existing Kofax solution for automating accounts payable and extend the functionality to onboard e-invoices integrated with
TechnologyOne, providing a holistic view of all invoices types and enabling the Department to receive invoices instantly from anyone sending via the PEPPOL network.

“All businesses that supply the government should review their e-Invoicing strategy,” noted Robin Sands, CEO of Link4. “Getting paid in 5 days will be a great help to the cash flow of any business.”

The Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources is now live and accepting e-Invoices from all suppliers.

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Contact Information:
Robin Sands | Link4 CEO | 0421 022 241

About Link4
Link4 is an invoice delivery service designed to add-on to current cloud accounting software which can enhance the transactional process of the business. It delivers
invoices directly to the accounting systems of the small to medium size businesses instantly, automating the process and eliminating the need for paper, human error and
time needed to process an invoice normally. Link4 provides a service which can increase cash flow, efficiency in the workplace and keeps invoices all on one platform.
Link4 has integrations with more than 12 different accounting/ERP solutions so suppliers can send e-invoices and receive e-Invoices. For micro-businesses who don’t
use any accounting package, they can use Link4 InvoiceExpress to create and send their e-invoices.

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