About Peppol e-invoicing
The Peppol (Pan European Public Procurement On-Line) electronic invoicing standard is a process of submitting electronic invoices backed by both the Australian and New Zealand Governments and is currently being implemented at varying Government levels.
Australian Government departments, Federal, State and Local, will be able to trade with their suppliers via Peppol e-invoicing with the promise of paying suppliers in 5 business days, not the current 30+ days. The Commonwealth has mandated Peppol e-invoicing for all agencies by 1 July, 2022, with over 80% of invoices being able to be received electronically by 1 July, 2021.
WilldooIT has been working closely with Pacific Commerce to create a seamless Peppol experience in Odoo and TIMMSanywhere. After a quick setup, sending a Peppol e-invoice to a customer will be as simple as clicking a button.
How it works
This module accesses PEPPOL using services provided by the Pacific Commerce gateway.
The Odoo In-App Purchase system is used to charge for access to the gateway on a per-invoice basis.
In this Package
Set up your PEPPOL customers. When you install this module you automatically get a list of all the PEPPOL agencies (customers) available through the Pacific Commerce gateway. You can match existing Odoo customers to the PEPPOL agencies or create new Odoo customers for them if you like.
Send Customer Invoices to PEPPOL. When you post an invoice for a PEPPOL customer, the invoice is automatically sent to the Pacific Commerce gateway for forwarding to PEPPOL.
You can see the PEPPOL status of your invoice on the button at the top-right of the invoice view.
Buy credits for PEPPOL as a Service. You buy credits from the Odoo In-App Purchase system. Payment details (credit card numbers etc) are retained entirely within the Odoo In-App Purchase site and are private to you and Odoo. Payment details are not visible to WilldooIT or Pacific Commerce.
The Pacific Commerce gateway charges one credit for each Odoo invoice sent to PEPPOL via the gateway service.