E-invoicing project presented
E-invoicing project between business entities and public administrations, "Croatian e-invoicing B2A Exchange Project", was presented last week at Zagreb's coworking space HUB385.
Since the creation of the digital market is one of the priorities of the European Commission, the project is co-financed by the European Union funds under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) programme. The interest of the society as a whole in the introduction of digital accounts is primarily in significant time and money savings. In the examples of their exchange between business entities and public administration, this implies elimination of the cost of postage and reduction of the cost of preparation, printing and billing.
The event started with the introductory speech of Ivana Soić, MSc, Assistant Minister of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Crafts, followed by a panel discussion and presentation attended by the partners: FINA, the Town of Pula, HEP, mStart and IN2. IN2 participated in the project as a system integrator in e-invoicing, and the Deputy Director of the Digital Business Division, Davor Vinčić, explained in more detail the role of the company in the project, which in its pilot phase included the connection of the Dubrava Clinical Hospital, the Varaždin General Hospital and the Šibenik-Knin County Hospital into the system and receiving digital bills, at present sent by Fina, HEP and Velpro.