eFinans and TESISQUARE® joined their forces for the projects of electronic invoicing in Turkey

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eFinans and TESISQUARE® joined their forces for the projects of electronic invoicing in Turkey

Posted by Valeria Zagato, Account and Marketing Analyst presso TESISQUARE® 

eFinans and TESISQUARE® joined officially their forces for the projects of electronic invoicing in Turkey signing the EESPA Model Interoperability  Agreement (MIA) during the last General Assembly Meeting in Brussels (23 – 24 November 2016).

EESPA played an important role creating propitious circumstances for both providers to support bilateral interoperability transactions, create connections with each other to deliver invoices in a secure and reliable way that supports companies and business partner about their mutual trading needs.

TESISQUARE® and eFinans share the same passion for innovation and high service quality for their customers in all market sectors. This strategic partnership involves tax compliant e-Invoicing projects with value added services, in Turkey. eFinans, a subsidiary of Finansbank, recently acquired by Qatar National Bank will be fully supporting all e-invoicing operations of Tesisquare clients in Turkey.

TESISQUARE® supports 4.000 companies from 33 countries (Europe, Asia, the Americas and Australia) with B2B solutions and services. The scope is digital business process like creation, translation, sorting and traceability of commercial and financial safe transactions via structured exchange data based on the main International standards (72 million of commercial transactions involving more than 60.000 trading partners).

eFinans Elektronik Ticaret ve Bilişim Hizmetleri A.Ş. is founded by the Turkey’s strong and dynamic bank; QNB Finansbank and the leading software company Cybersoft partnership and got into action in 2013. eFinans provides its customers with innovative e-Transformation solutions such as e-Invoice, e-Ledger, e-Archive Invoice, Registered Electronic Mail (REM) with value added services. eFinans is planning to add “e-Dispatch” and other e-Transformation solutions to its portfolio, which are already in the agenda of Turkish Revenue Administration.