Exchange Summit 2021

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Date/Time
Date(s) - Monday 27 September - Wednesday 29 September
All Day

Location
Austria Trend Hotel Savoyen

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The 2021 Exchange Summit takes place on 27-29 September in Vienna.

Participation is possible on-site as well as online.

EESPA as sponsoring partner of the event, can offer its members discounted tickets for 28-29 Sep. Get your discount code from the secretariat.

For more information, agenda and registration, visit www.exchange-summit.com/europe.

At this global platform you will get in-depth information about recent developments and future trends in the field of E-Invoicing and beyond.
On Monday, September 27 you may start your stay at the E-Invoicing Exchange Summit with attending a pre-conference workshop, the conference itself will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday September 28 and 29, 2021.

Key Topics to be covered

+ The E-Invoice as a starting point for digitising the entire Purchase-to-Pay / Order-to-Cash process + Practical tips for the implementation of Continuous Transaction Controls (CTCs)
+ The use of Peppol in Europe and beyond: experiences, insights, outlook and next steps
+ How Artificial Intelligence is changing accounting and purchasing processes: AI in continuous use for ordering, delivery, invoicing and payment
+ Clearance Models on the rise: Which model for the exchange of invoice data with tax authorities is most beneficial for corporates and tax administrations?
+ Managing the challenges in an international environment: Successful handling of country-specific tax reporting in the light of advancing digitalisation / What’s next / Who is moving towards real-time reporting?
+ Interoperability for E-Invoicing and E-Procurement in the European and global context
+ E-Invoicing between compliance, clearance and complexity: Why you should digitise your invoicing process now not only because of government obligations + Current developments in cross-border invoices and payments, e.g. Request-to-Pay
+ Country Updates from Serbia, Hungary, France, Poland, Croatia, Germany, Saudia Arabia, Egypt and India