Another prominent government agency select Link4 to implement e-Invoicing through their Oracle Financials system

Yet another prominent government agency has selected Link4 to implement e-Invoicing ahead of the ATO’s June 2021 mandate. This agency will join The Department of Treasury, DISER, Geoscience Australia and several other federal government agencies who have also selected Link4 to address their e-Invoicing requirements.

Link4 was chosen due to their long history as an Access Point provider, and their success working with large government departments. They have extensive experience with ERP systems used by government such as TechnologyOne, Oracle, CIVICA, SAP and Microsoft.

Andrew Bennett, Sales Manager at Link4 comments, “Government agencies that adopt e-invoicing strengthen the message to the wider business community of its importance. The improvements delivered from e-Invoicing, combined with the Payment Times Reporting Scheme, will drive this continued adoption for faster payments and improved transparency.”

The government agency, whose identity remains anonymous due to corporate privacy policy, will be able to start receiving e-Invoices via the PEPPOL network this week into their Oracle ERP system. Their suppliers connected on the PEPPOL network will be able to receive payment within 5 days.

“This is a positive step towards business transparency and strengthening our economy. E-Invoicing is here to stay.” says Andrew.

About Link4
Link4 is an award winning, PEPPOL certified Access Point that provides seamless e-Invoicing services throughout Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and the UK.

Counted amongst Link4’s Government clients are BOC Australia, the BGW Group, and thousands of Australian SMEs that use Xero, MYOB or QuickBooks as their accounting system.


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