On Demand Webinar

E-invoicing in Europe - What You Need to Know

In cooperation with the French-Austrian Chamber of Commerce (Chambre de Commerce Franco-Autrichienne - CCFA), in this webinar ecosio’s experts will explore the current state of e-invoicing in Europe, looking in detail at recent changes and the move towards continuous transaction control (CTC) in France and elsewhere.


The past decade has seen a seismic shift towards e-invoicing across Europe – largely due to the passing of Directive 2014/55/EU in 2014, which required EU countries to transpose compliance with a new “European norm” into national laws by mid 2020.

In an attempt to secure further benefits and minimise fraud, many countries have gone further, introducing more comprehensive e-invoicing regulations. In particular, France, Hungary, Portugal and Spain (among others) all appear to be moving towards a full clearance model, with France having stated their intention to introduce mandatory e-invoice clearance as soon as 2023 for big businesses.

Given the rapid pace at which legislation is being updated across Europe and the number of countries involved, keeping track of current and upcoming e-invoicing requirements can be extremely challenging (and stressful)! To help, in this webinar, in cooperation with the French-Austrian Chamber of Commerce, ecosio’s experts will explore how to safeguard your business from non-compliance and future-proof your e-invoicing processes, as well as looking in detail at a topical case study. The webinar will also include a Q&A session in which attendees can get answers relating to their own situation.

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Dr. Philipp Liegl

At ecosio Philipp is responsible for the operational business and coordinates the customer projects. Thereby, he consults international companies in the development of appropriate concepts and solutions for the realization of electronic data interchange – mainly in SAP ERP environments.

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