Are you eInvoicing? - It’s secure and efficient but is it for everyone?

Thursday 18 August 2022
Are you still sending PDF invoices electronically? With cybersecurity risk increasing, is your business seeking a safer, secure and more efficient way of invoicing your clients and customers? 

Businesses of all shapes and sizes should consider e-Invoicing. Whether sending a few invoices a year or hundreds a week, taking advantage of a safe and secure invoicing platform will assist in increasing efficiencies, reducing errors and mitigating external risks. 

Join the ATO for this session to recap e-Invoicing and the developments in Australia. Hear from Xero and Intuit as they share client experiences and benefits resulting from implementation.

Following this session attendees will be able to:
  • Understand the fundamentals of eInvoicing and current developments in Australia  
  • Identify the potential advantages that may apply to their organisation 
  • Determine if their existing processes and/or accounting systems are equipped (or already equipped) for PEPPOL e-Invoicing   
Please refer to your time zone below:

11.00am - 12.00pm | Perth

12.30pm - 1:30pm | Darwin, Adelaide

1.00pm - 2.00pm | Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Hobart, Brisbane
Adam Reece
Relationship Manager, Australian Tax Office
Adam leads the government’s large business engagement agenda for Peppol e-invoicing adoption. He works with business, industry and technology partners to find ways to facilitate and accelerate economy-wide adoption and use of the Peppol network and standard leveraging his background in digital communication and his experience in large transformation projects like SuperStream, Single Touch Payroll and the Modernising Business Registers program.

Shaye Thyer FCA
Head of Accounting, Intuit 
Shaye is an outside-of-any-box CA with a diverse and notably non-traditional accounting career to date in Australia. Recently, she was responsible for creating a future-fit accounting division for a large national firm delivering a premium client experience. Using technology to optimise internal efficiencies, data to power client insights, training to transform the team, and scalable frameworks to amplify the huge depth of expertise withing the firm, she is proud of the huge inroads she was able to make in shattering the traditional mid-tier accounting practice stereotype and setting the firm apart from its competitors. 

Simon Foster
Product General Manager, Xero 
Simon is a technology entrepreneur with experience across Europe, Asia Pacific and North America. He has garnered more than 25 years’ experience working for early stage and high growth technology startups, mid-size enterprises and multi-nationals. Working across a number of key roles over this time has allowed Simon to develop a significant understanding of the technology landscape, including specialist knowledge of data security, scanning and invoice transfer and the ERP & accounting ecosystem.
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Topic: Member Regional Events

Sub-Topic: Sharing Knowledge

Format: Live Webinar

Proficiency Level: All

CPD: Upto 1 hours