WA pilot program for eInvoicing gets underway
Main Roads WA is set to be the first State Government Department in Western Australia to start eInvoicing by undertaking a pilot with Access Point Provider, Link4.
Electronic invoicing is the automated digital exchange of invoice information directly between a supplier’s and buyer’s software based on an agreed standard.
Robin Sands, CEO of Link4, says, “eInvoicing is safer than emailing a pdf invoice. It’s great that we’re starting to see more state government departments going digital with their procure-to-pay processes. Departments that are adopting eInvoicing are also seeing benefits such as increased efficiency gains, automation and invoice error reductions.”
The pilot commences early in 2022 and involves a Link4, KOFAX and Oracle ERP Cloud integration.
Link4 is an award winning, Peppol certified Access Point that provides seamless eInvoicing services throughout Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and the UK.
Not only is Link4 the most popular eInvoicing service used by Australian government departments (such as The Treasury, DISER, AOFM, Geoscience Australia, Sports Commission and APRA), other users include BOC Australia, the BGW Group, and thousands of Australian businesses that use Xero, MYOB or QuickBooks as their accounting system.