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Esker and Quadient partner to develop Electronic Invoicing in France

By Gloria Methri

November 22, 2022

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Esker, UKAutomation solutions provider Esker and communication solutions supplier Quadient have partnered with the French government’s upcoming Partner Dematerialization Platform (PDP) to help businesses comply with tax regulations. 

French finance law requires that invoices exchanged between VAT taxpayers must be transmitted in a structured data format or hybrid format. This requirement will be rolled out in three stages from July 1, 2024, through January 1, 2026.

Quadient and Esker have been working together for more than seven years through their joint subsidiary NCS. With the new collaboration, they can help businesses of all sizes comply with upcoming French tax regulations, whether invoices are received or transmitted by mail, email in PDF format, portal, EDI, or another channel.

“The widespread implementation of electronic invoicing over the next three years is a major challenge for the four million companies in France. As a major player in the electronic document management market for small and medium-sized businesses, we look forward to our continued partnership with Esker,” said Nicolas de Beco, Chief Strategy and Product Officer for Intelligent Document Automation at Quadient.

The Partner Dematerialization Platform, which will be approved by the French government, will send, and receive electronic invoices between entities and transmit the invoicing data to the Public Billing Portal (PPF). Esker and Quadient are currently preparing for the registration process beginning in September 2023.

In addition to following regulatory guidelines, businesses will be able to take advantage of complementary services, such as centralized management of workflows, business process automation, and tracking of communications.

“Esker is proud to support Quadient in this project. As long-standing partners, our two companies have demonstrated their ability to work together to deliver innovative solutions that benefit thousands of businesses in France today,” said Emmanuel Olivier, COO at Esker.

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