Interest in the development of an e-invoicing standard for Australia is rapidly growing.
- Earlier in 2015 the Government commissioned a Swiss consultant, Bruno Koch, to review the e-invoicing landscape in Australia with a view to providing some recommendations to government.
- NORA started a group with a view to developing a standard for B2B commerce for on-line retailers intending to come up with a standard method and message structure to exchange purchases orders, invoices, etc. between on-line retailers and their suppliers. ABSIA has engaged with NORA on this project.
- The Digital Business Council (DBC) released a consultation paper for the E-Invoicing Interoperability Framework.
- The Digital Capability Locator (DCL) Working Group is underway with ABSIA Board Members and ABSIA Members Participating in shaping eInvoicing in Australia.
A Special Interest Group (SIG) has been established for e-Business, members wishing to participate please email firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest.