E-invoicing in Germany

Join ecosio’s e-invoicing experts as they break down the planned changes to e-invoicing in Germany and examine what compliance will likely involve in the coming years.

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What we'll cover

Germany has, to date, had particularly complicated e-invoicing regulations thanks to slight differences in legislation across the country’s 16 states. However, in order to make things simpler for everyone and crack down on tax evasion, the German government has recently announced its intention to make e-invoicing mandatory from 2026.

As a result, German businesses have a limited window to implement a suitable invoicing solution.

In this webinar we explore Germany’s e-invoicing regulations in detail, looking at what the technical requirements include, what they mean for you, and how recent developments in Germany compare to those in other European countries.

Topics covered will include:

  • Recent and upcoming changes
  • Who will be affected
  • An introduction to XRechnung
  • Top tips for achieving a futureproof e-invoicing solution
  • The trend towards continuous transaction control (CTC)
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About the speaker

Dr Philipp Liegl manages the operational business at ecosio and coordinates the handling of customer projects.

  • UN/CEFACT standardisation contributor
  • Over 15 years of EDI project experience in FMCG, retail, manufacturing, industry and automotive
  • Coordinated international EDI and e-invoicing projects as technical project leader
  • Still loves to tinker around with integration challenges – in particular with SAP

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