Main Roads Western Australia Joins eInvoicing, Leading the State’s eInvoicing Initiative!
Main Roads Western Australia is the first government department in Western Australia to join the Peppol eInvoicing network and become eInvoice compliant.
Main Roads selected Link4 as their eInvoicing partner – a leading Access Point Provider in the Australian Government sector. This arrangement has helped the department to receive eInvoices from their suppliers. Furthermore, always keen to be in the frontline of embracing the future of eInvoicing, Main Roads is already discussing plans with Link4 to set up the ability to send eInvoices as well.
The completed project focuses on Main Roads receiving eInvoices from Link4 into their ERP platform, Oracle, through the Kofax system, which was implemented in partnership with Process Automation Group.
“We are excited to be the first government department in Western Australia to undergo this digital transformation and witness substantial improvements in our invoicing procedures,” said Main Roads Project Manager, Prashant Singh.
Main Roads has more than 45 suppliers who can instantly benefit from the department’s decision to switch to eInvoicing – enabling them to experience faster payments using smarter and more efficient workflows.
“We are also happy to help our suppliers get paid faster,” Singh added.
“Government departments and agencies have much to gain by connecting to the Peppol eInvoicing network, it can change the whole procurement process not just for the department alone, but for all its suppliers too,” shared Link4 CTO, Sam Hassan.
“Main Roads is the first of many government sector organisations in Western Australia to adopt eInvoicing. We are proud that Link4 has a firm footing in helping government departments and agencies across the country switch to eInvoicing,” Hassan added.
Link4 is an award-winning, Peppol-certified Access Point that revolutionised the Procure-to-Pay solutions sector by providing seamless eInvoicing services throughout Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and the United Kingdom. In addition to Link4’s government clients (such as The Treasury, DISER, AOFM, and APRA) are BOC Australia, the BGW Group and thousands of Australian businesses that use Xero, MYOB or QuickBooks as their Accounting system.
About Main Roads Western Australia
Main Roads Western Australia is Western Australia’s key agency responsible for the state’s road and transport network and providing all information related to travelling. Within the scope of this Western Australian government department are the responsibilities of ensuring the state’s needs are met in terms of transport as well as the infrastructure of the state’s roads, bridges, pathways and modes of transport meet the accepted safety and quality standards.