This Working Life: Time to set a pathway for future of e-invoicing in Ireland

New technologies are making possible the prospect of companies of all sizes embracing this electronic form of billing for the first time

26th September, 2021
This Working Life: Time to set a pathway for future of e-invoicing in Ireland
Irish businesses risk falling behind their European competitors in the area of e-invoicing

By 2024, it is estimated that the global e-invoice market will be worth more than €16 billion. This strong growth is being driven by digitalisation and government policy in countries such as Italy.

Amid the pandemic and the move to remote working, many firms have been reassessing whether paper-based invoicing is fit for a digital age and the emergence of a smart office. New technologies are opening up the prospect of organisations of all size, including...

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