Valtatech’s Peppol Access Point integrates directly into RapidAP, connecting the accounts payable (AP) automation product to the network. This enables RapidAP users to receive and process eInvoices, alongside traditional invoice formats.
Joining the ATO panel means Valtatech’s Peppol Access Point and AP automation solution RapidAP are available to federal, state, and local government agencies without requiring a lengthy tender process.
Dan Bennett, Executive Director at Efficiency Leaders, says: “We are excited by the opportunity to boost adoption of Peppol eInvoicing and AP automation across government.
“Over 1.2 billion invoices are exchanged annually in Australia with 90% of these still manually processed. Automating AP makes these payments significantly more efficient, timely, and secure, benefiting both trading partners and the economy at large.
He adds: “eInvoicing is the next evolution in AP automation technology, and we look forward to working with all levels of government as our economy digitalizes in line with other international markets.”
Jussi Karjalainen, Founder and Managing Partner of Valtatech, says: “We are delighted to be joining the ATO Peppol eInvoicing Panel. Peppol eInvoicing is already driving real business value through the automation and optimization of both the invoice and order processing operations in Australian businesses. We look forward to helping Australian Government agencies to follow suit and become Peppol-ready for transacting digitally across the global network.”
Efficiency Leaders was amongst the first five software companies in Australia to bring an eInvoicing-ready product to market. RapidAP is also listed on the ATO’s product register for companies looking for an e-Invoicing ready software.