Esker Recommended PEPPOL Access Point by IMDA in Singapore

Esker, a worldwide leader in AI-driven document process automation solutions and pioneer in cloud computing, announced that it is a certified PEPPOL (Pan-European Public Procurement On-Line) Access Point authorized by the Info-communications Media Development Authority (IMDA), a statutory board of the Singapore government. This accreditation enables Esker to send and receive e-invoices to and from all entities using PEPPOL network.

Singapore is the first Asian country to implement the e-invoice framework based on the PEPPOL standard. PEPPOL is an open network that simplifies document exchanges between companies (e.g., invoices, sales orders, etc.) and ensures standardization of documents and connectivity.

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As a certified PEPPOL Access Point, Esker processes, sends and receives invoices to any recipient within the PEPPOL network — Esker’s customers are thus deemed “PEPPOL ready.” Businesses using Esker’s automation solutions for invoice exchange via PEPPOL benefit from one platform for customer and supplier invoices and are able to:

  • Send or receive invoices via the PEPPOL network or any other media (e.g., mail, email, fax, etc.)
  • Handle PDF or other structured data submission
  • Get 100% visibility on invoice status
  • Provide human-readable supplier invoices and integrate invoice data to customer’s ERP system
  • Ensure invoice validation with approval workflow

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“Esker is further reinforcing its commitment to worldwide interoperability by becoming a certified PEPPOL Access Point in Singapore,” said Jean-Michel Bérard, CEO at Esker. “Singapore is set to become one of the fastest adopters of the PEPPOL infrastructure and we are excited to help contribute to the growth of e-invoicing and the digital economy.”

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