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Learn more about eInvoicing

Small businesses needing more information about eInvoicing can attend a number of events next month as part of eInvoicing Week 2022.

Learn more about eInvoicing
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Events will run from 15 to 21 August 2022 and aim to raise awareness of the new way to send and receive invoices and drive adoption of eInvoicing in Australia.

During eInvoicing Week 2022, businesses will be able to find out about eInvoicing, its benefits and how to get started from presenters such as software providers, industry and professional associations, and government agencies.

eInvoicing Week will showcase the stories of early adopters that are already using eInvoicing and reaping the benefits as well as present demonstrations by software providers as well as a variety of information sessions.

eInvoicing Week events will be held in several formats and will be regularly updated in the lead-up to eInvoicing week.

Dates and sessions include:

Monday, 15 August

Host: Xero (for accountants and bookkeepers)

Webinar: eInvoicing is revolutionising the way invoices are sent and received and government is backing this initiative to support faster payments to businesses. Hear from industry experts about why adopting eInvoicing is beneficial to your clients.

Note: This is for Xero partner members only.

Register now at Support your clients to benefit from eInvoicing innovation webinar.

Host: Link4 – Local government: Adopt eInvoicing, enjoy instant benefits

Webinar: Councils can experience eInvoicing benefits. Federal government departments have started enjoying the results of eInvoicing – as a local government agency you can too.

Join us online to learn how simple and easy it is to be eInvoice-ready and see the results of streamlined invoicing practices.

ATO speaker: Mark Stockwell, senior director of eInvoicing at the ATO

Register now at Local government: Adopt eInvoicing, enjoy instant benefits webinar.

Tuesday, 16 August

Host: Xero (for small business)

Webinar: eInvoicing, a government-backed initiative is revolutionising the way invoices are sent and received. Understand what this means and why adopting eInvoicing is beneficial for your business. We’ll show you how to get started, save time and get paid faster.

Note: This is for Xero customers only.

Register now at eInvoicing – the faster, safer and more secure way to invoice webinar.

Host: Digital Service Providers Australia New Zealand (DSPANZ)

Webinar: Interested in learning more about Peppol and exactly what it’s all about? Come and join DSPANZ to learn about the network from those currently operating in the Australian and New Zealand market as well as European providers. This is a free webinar that will run for approximately 40 minutes with time for questions afterwards.

Register now at What is Peppol?

Wednesday, 17 August

Host: CSSP – construction management software

CSSP is a provider of construction management software solutions in Australia and New Zealand, with over 35 years’ experience in software development, support, and implementation services in the construction industry.

Register for this webinar to learn how you can automate accounts payable invoice processing with no scanning, OCR, data entry, or mistakes, in a secure environment.

Register now at Cheops eInvoicing webinar.

Host: OZEDI

Webinar: This Peppol Ready Masterclass will examine all you need to know about enabling your software for eInvoicing without the huge investment required for ISO 27001 certification and AS4 connectivity. Learn where to source API documentation, testing environments and onboarding assistance.

Register now at eInvoicing Enablement for Software Providers: Everything a DSP needs to know about becoming Peppol ReadyExternal Link

Thursday, 18 August

Host: National Tax and Accountants Association (NTAA)

Tax on the Couch: On this episode of Tax on the Couch, learn more about eInvoicing from Mark Stockwell, senior director of eInvoicing at the ATO. Mr Stockwell will help us understand the place of eInvoicing in our digitised environment and the ATO’s role in eInvoicing. The benefits of eInvoicing will be highlighted for accountants and small business and you can find out how to get started.

ATO speaker: Mark Stockwell, senior director of eInvoicing at the ATO

Visit Tax On The Couch.

Host: CPA Australia

CPA Public Practice Virtual Conference: An introduction to eInvoicing – what it is, what it isn’t, its benefits for accountants and small business and how to get started.

ATO speaker: Mark Stockwell, senior director of eInvoicing at the ATO

Note: This is a paid, member-only event.

Register now at Public Practice Virtual Conference.

Host: Tax Institute of Australia

National GST Conference: The GST is an indirect tax that affects all areas of business including financial reporting, stakeholder management, market competition, product development and pricing. Making sense of GST rulings and tax law can be complex and requires input from the profession, industry and government. This two-day conference will address a range of topical content including financial supplies, property, recent High Court cases, insolvency, eInvoicing, international comparisons, classifications, notional GST, plus much more.

ATO speaker: Mark Stockwell, senior director of eInvoicing at the ATO

Note: This is a paid, member-only event.

Register now at National GST Conference.

Host: Expense Manager

Expense Manager webinar: Join the team at Expense Manager to find out how their industry-leading spend management platform can automate the approval of your company’s accounts payable eInvoices and seamlessly send this data to your companys finance system or enterprise resource planning (ERP). You’ll also hear from the ATO about their role as the Australian Peppol Authority and why they’re encouraging adoption of eInvoicing.

ATO speaker: Mark Stockwell, senior director of eInvoicing at the ATO

Register now at Expense Manager ATO eInvoicing webinar.

Host: Small Business Made Simple – Jennifer Donovan

Podcast: In today’s episode we talk to Natascha Bowett from the ATO about eInvoicing – what it is, what it isn’t, its benefits for accountants and small business and how to get started.

Visit Small Business Made Simple podcast.

Friday, 19 August

Host: Digital Playhouse – learn about eInvoicing and blockchain

Digital Playhouse is a social enterprise accelerating digital technology adoption and financial literacy in regional Australia. In this session, accountants and small-business owners will learn about the benefits and methods of implementing eInvoicing, the ATO’s role in the Australian eInvoicing landscape, with Digital Playhouse exploring how blockchain-based eInvoicing systems work.

ATO speaker: Mark Stockwell, senior director of eInvoicing at the ATO

Register now at Learn about eInvoicing and blockchain online event.

Host: Link4 – a panel discussion with early adopters

Here’s your chance to learn all about eInvoicing and its results from first-hand experience. This will be a great platform to gather insights regardless of your organisations background. Join an exciting panel of industry experts who are sharing their journey with eInvoicing covering government departments, local government and enterprises.

ATO speaker: Karen Lay-Brew, strategic adviser, eInvoicing

Register now at A panel discussion with early adopters webinar.

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