EDICOM has been authorized by Mexico’s tax administration (SAT) as the first provider certified to receive digital documents (PCRDD) after a rigorous process of technological and fiscal auditing. Additionally, EDICOM was the first provider authorized to issue electronic invoices (CFDI) by Mexico’s tax administration in 2010. With this new certification, EDICOM has become one of the main companies in the country to provide fiscal electronic data integration services.
The new designation has already appeared in the Miscellaneous Tax Resolution for 2015 and is about how external suppliers are responsible for validating digital documents, certifying them and securely sending them to the tax administration. One of the differences with being certified to send digital documents is the obligation to comply with syntactic and semantic validations to ensure the quality of data.
The main objective of this new electronic system is to make the service of receiving digital documents more available, to offer the most advanced solutions to businesses and to simplify the management of electronic communication between tax payers and the tax administration which is a tedious process.
This new initiative unifies and simplifies all electronic communication procedures into a single solution that meets the standards of the tax administration. Therefore the service of receiving digital documents becomes more available and gives companies the choice of having more advanced technological solutions that are not only customizable but integrated with their systems.
Another advantage of this system is that it generates an acknowledgement every time a document from a tax payer is received. It will also show the status of the validation process, an ID number, and a digital seal as well as other complementary data. This system enables companies to receive precise data and exercise better control over that data.
Currently, the system for receiving digital documents validates declarations from VAT providers. However, Mexico’s tax administrations plans to add other tax services and documents such as electronic accounting, annual statements, interim payments and DeclaraNot, an electronic program used by notaries to present information about monthly operations.
EDICOM is a global provider of electronic data interchange solutions, electronic invoicing and other digital transactions that align with the fiscal requirements of each country. Not only has EDICOM been authorized as the first provider certified to receive and send digital documents in Mexico, but it’s also a leader in the development of software that optimizes communications in the B2B sector.
Billentis published a report on e-invoicing/e-billing titled, “Entering a New Era,” which states that in 2015, approximately 42 billion electronic invoices will be processed around the globe. Latin America will process 25 billion of these electronic invoices, which is more than half of the e-invoices being processed worldwide. These facts confirm that Latin America is a global leader in paperless invoicing initiatives.
In Latin America, Chile is the birthplace of the electronic invoice. Taxpayers who live there have the option of choosing whether or not they want to use electronic invoicing since exempt resolution number 45 was passed in 2003. However in 2014, the internal revenue service began to take steps to establish a timeline for adopting obligatory e-invoicing, which will end in 2018. Chile wants to establish an e-invoicing regulation similar to the ones implemented in Mexico and Brazil, which has made them the two most developed countries in electronic invoicing at an international level.
Brazil has managed to expand e-invoicing by 90% in the B2B and B2G sectors. According to Billentis’ report, Brazil exchanges almost 1 trillion digital documents every month. The state treasury’s challenge is to take this technology a step further by requiring companies to identify end consumer transactions with a specific type of electronic fiscal note, also known as a fiscal note for end consumers.
The e-invoice has also been expanding rapidly in Mexico due to e-invoicing implementations that have been taking place since 2004. Since electronic invoicing already extends to areas such as payroll or electronic accounting, it’s been estimated that the country processed 5 trillion electronic invoices in 2014.
In 2015, Argentina is expected to experience high growth as well. The tax administration recently added hundreds of thousands of taxpayers to the expansion program and has also announced plans to continue expansion throughout 2016. Also, Uruguay will play a leading role this year. Its tax administration hopes the growth of this system will reach 40%.
Other countries such as Peru, Costa Rica and Colombia that already use electronic invoicing are on the verge of making even greater progress soon. In the near future, Colombia is expected to approve an expansion regulation that would require certain businesses to migrate to the new system in 2016 while others will be added as time goes on.
Mexican airlines have been required to issue digital tax documents for airplane ticket purchases since July 2014. After the tickets have been purchased, these tax documents must be sent to all taxpayers who request them within two business days.
For huge corporations in Mexico that purchase large quantities of plane tickets, the retrieval of digital tax documents can be a long and arduous process. That’s why EDICOM has developed a service specifically designed for automatically obtaining tax documents, therefore making daily management and administration tasks more efficient.
The digital tax document platform recognizes more than 90% of the airline hubs operating in Mexico. The platform’s ability to do this enables it to retrieve the digital tax documents for airplane ticket purchases.
The first step is to contact your travel agency to request a unique IATA code for your business or organization. This code is useful not only for retrieving invoices but it also improves the management and administration of flights purchased by your company.
Once you have the code, EDICOM’s digital tax document platform will take care of the rest by allowing the:
EDICOM is the leader in the development of electronic invoicing solutions in Europe and America. As the first authorized provider certified to implement electronic invoicing, EDICOM has a powerful technological infrastructure that integrates all the necessary services for issuing and receiving digital tax documents from invoices to payroll management.
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