E-invoicing in France - A Breakdown

Over the coming years, the e-invoicing requirements in France will change significantly. Join our experts to find out what these changes will be… and what you can do to ensure you remain compliant.

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What we'll cover

In late 2021, France confirmed that it intends to introduce continuous transaction controls (CTC) from 2024. This means that e-invoicing in France will soon be mandatory for domestic B2B transactions.

Not yet prepared for this change? Don’t worry!

In this webinar we explore France’s new regulations in detail, looking at what the technical requirements include and how affected companies can transform their existing processes in order to comply.

Topics covered will include:

  • Recent and upcoming changes
  • Who will be affected
  • How to achieve compliance
  • Top tips for achieving a futureproof e-invoicing solution
  • Predictions for the future of e-invoicing in Europe
Ingrid Adrigan

“ecosio enabled our team to gain a clearer understanding of key processes.”

Paolo Catti

“Content was useful and clearly expressed. I also appreciated the passion with which information was shared.”

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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