MessageXchange, a leader in business-to-business cloud integration solutions such as electronic data interchange (EDI) and e-invoicing, has been accepted as a supplier on the federal government’s Peppol E-invoicing Panel. The panel is made up of pre-selected e-invoicing-related service providers for government agencies.
John Delaney, managing director, MessageXchange, said, “Acceptance to this panel cements MessageXchange’s place as a leading service provider to government. MessageXchange is a local company with more than 20 years’ experience in digital messaging that has demonstrated its depth and breadth of expertise and capability in delivering Peppol projects to agencies such as the NSW Department of Customer Service.”
In late 2019, MessageXchange was certified as the first Peppol Access Point service provider for e-invoicing in Australia and New Zealand by the Australian and New Zealand Peppol authorities, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) respectively.
MessageXchange’s access point (AP) and service metadata publisher (SMP), including any government e-invoicing gateways, use the MessageXchange cloud on the Microsoft Azure Central region, which is Information Security Registered Assessors Program (IRAP)–assessed for government applications.
John Delaney said, “MessageXchange owns 100 per cent of the intellectual property of its industry-leading cloud solution, which allows efficient mapping between file types, comprehensive process management and customisable reporting for rich insights. Coupled with its proven supplier onboarding methods, government agencies can be assured that they will continue to benefit from new features and capability when they invest in MessageXchange.”
The federal government is looking to mandate e-invoicing for all Commonwealth agencies by 2022, which means agencies need to start looking at what’s next for them when it comes to e-invoicing.
John Delaney said, “To ensure rapid uptake over the next two years, it’s important that government agencies make the process as easy as possible for their suppliers, providing them with a roadmap to achieve digital capabilities for e-invoicing. To accomplish this, it will be essential to choose the right partner that can take them on that journey and grow with them to provide additional value along the way.”
MessageXchange is an innovative Australian-based cloud B2B integration service provider. Our solution can streamline business operations and provide visibility and business insights.
Founded in 1996, MessageXchange today processes more than 300 million messages each year for customers such as Target, Harvey Norman, Costco Australia, The Good Guys and Telstra.
MessageXchange is the first Peppol Access Point service provider to be certified by the Australian and New Zealand Peppol authorities, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) respectively, for e-invoicing.
For more information, visit messagexchange.com.