Friday 26th March, 2021
The new government-led Peppol Authority in the Netherlands has approved the use of the Pagero Network for domestic and cross-border Peppol transactions.
Pagero has been approved by the Dutch Peppol Authority Nederlandse Peppolautoriteit (NPA) as a provider for Peppol-ready e-invoicing. Dutch and multinational companies located in the Netherlands can now use the Pagero Network to send and receive e-invoices via Peppol. Although the use of Peppol for e-invoicing is not yet mandatory in the Netherlands, the government strongly advises using Peppol for this purpose.
Peppol is a framework designed to ensure simple e-invoicing and the secure exchange of business documents between public and private entities worldwide. It standardises interoperability between service providers in terms of communication protocols, message types, data formats, and more. Many public organisations and private companies have switched to Peppol to exchange invoices, as it is an encrypted and safer method than using email or post.
“Peppol is the international standard for safe, reliable, simple and quick exchange of electronic messages and invoices. We see it as the standard of the future: the solution is scalable, easy to implement and ready to use instantly. It is sustainable and more and more Dutch companies are adopting Peppol,” adds Patrick Krul, coordinator of the Netherlands Peppol Authority.
“By choosing Peppol, you will be joining a borderless network of businesses that can exchange business documents quickly, reliably and securely,“ comments Trent Targa, senior regulatory associate at Pagero.