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19 February 2024

Discover how e-invoicing will be adopted in France

E-invoicing offers many benefits to businesses, as evidenced by the mandatory adoption of e-invoicing in public services, which has led several European governments to develop plans for its adoption in the private sector.

In 2017, the implementation of e-invoicing in the public sector began in France and was completed in just three years. Since 1 January 2020, all French companies have been required to send electronic invoices to public administrations.

Delevopments in e-invoicing in Europe

What's new in e-invoicing in Europe?

Mandatory electronic invoicing has become increasingly prevalent in Europe in recent years, with a number of countries embracing this method to modernise and simplify their invoicing processes. The transition to e-invoicing has been gradual but steady, with a range of European nations passing legislation and regulations to encourage the uptake of mandatory e-invoicing.

E-invoicing developments in Europe in June 2023

The publication of Directive 2014/55/EU marked a turning point for e-invoicing. Since then, e-invoicing has spread to every corner of the European continent. Prior to this legislation, Denmark, Sweden and Finland were the pioneering countries that took a step forward in implementing e-invoicing. Initially, it started with B2G transactions, and in the near future, mandatory use is expected to be extended to all B2B 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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