Treasury extends e-invoicing contract with Link4

The Department of the Treasury has extended its contract with Link4, their chosen e-invoicing provider. After an initial 12-month period where Link4 successfully completed an integration, training and invoice deliveries, the Treasury agreed to continue using Link4 to provide e-invoicing services for the department.

“Link4 have delivered a smooth and seamless e-invoicing experience for the Treasury, which is why they have chosen to extend this contract,” noted Robin Sands, Link4 CEO. “Our team is very experienced in providing e-invoicing services in Australia and it shows with projects like this.”

The ATO estimates that e-invoicing will benefit the Australian economy to the extent of $28 billion over 10 years. E-invoicing prevents invoice fraud, reduces time and money spent on manual data entry, and is better for the environment. Government suppliers who adopt e-invoicing benefit from 5-day payment terms, which significantly improves cash-flow for any Australian business.

“The Treasury were e-invoicing receive capable in December 2020, following a TechnologyOne upgrade, but only a handful of other departments have followed in their footsteps” says Sands. “Currently only 17.6% of Australian Government Departments are ready for e-invoicing, but thousands of businesses are actively using e-invoicing today.”

Government departments have been slow to adopt this new efficient service, even though it helps SMEs and will support economic recovery. Treasury are an outlier and set a positive example. It is great to see them continue supporting this initiative, and with Link4 as their trusted access point.

Contact Information:
Alice Brook | Link4 Marketing
aliceb@link4.com.au

About Link4
Link4 is an award winning, Peppol certified Access Point that provides seamless e-invoicing services throughout Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and the UK. Counted amongst 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.

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