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electronic-invoicing-in Denmark

The past, present and future of e-invoicing in Denmark

In February 2005, the inaugural European regulation requiring electronic invoicing with public administrations came into force. Denmark became the inaugural European country to commence the mandatory transmission and receipt of electronic invoices in B2G relations.

The authority responsible for the implementation of electronic invoicing is the Digitaliseringsstyrelsen. The legislation that established the mandatory use of B2G electronic invoicing is the Bekendtgørelse om elektronisk afregning med offentlige myndigheder.


Luxembourg aims to implement B2B e-invoicing by 2030

Luxembourg's medium- and long-term strategy, covering the years 2023-2024 and 2025-2030 respectively, includes the use of PEPPOL beyond pure e-invoicing. This reflects a progressive and ambitious approach towards the digitisation of its business and tax processes. 

In this context, the use of PEPPOL (Pan-European Public Procurement Online) is a central element of this strategy, covering a wider range of commercial transactions.

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Key numbers

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+30 years

of experience
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+750 MM

€/year managed
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3 Millions

active users
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+1.000 M

documents/year exchanged
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connected companies
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countries with exchange

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