Posted by Sam Hassan on 03/09/2018
Read more about our three-month e-invoicing pilot with TeleResult and the NSW Department of Finance, Services and Innovation in our case study below.
Sending and receiving invoices can often be a pain point for many industries across Australia and government departments are no exception. The NSW Department of Finance, Services and Innovation were interested in testing whether e-invoicing could streamline how they received invoices and hence simplify this process.
In a three-month e-invoicing pilot project, the Department teamed up with one of their suppliers, TeleResult, a company providing telecommunication management services for large businesses and government departments, to test e-invoicing as a solution.
This pilot program was significant in demonstrating how SME businesses could instantly send invoices to government departments through e-invoicing. The trial was also used to test the 4-corner model laid out by the Digital Business Council’s Interoperability Framework.
We were very pleased with the results of the trial. It was a great opportunity to represent how e-invoicing could work seamlessly between small businesses and other sectors.
The results from this overall e-invoicing project have been informing the approach forward with e-invoicing across State Government Sectors.
Read more about this case study here.