Not-for-profit organisations in Australia are now able to digitize their invoicing processes with special rates towards e-invoicing adoption. Australian-based Access Point provider Link4, has partnered with Connecting Up (part of the global nonprofit tech provider Techsoup), to provide ERP integration and cloud accounting subscription discounts for nonprofits to connect to the Peppol e-invoicing network.
Connecting Up provide technology donations and discounts for not-for-profits and social enterprises around the world. Pankaj Chhalotre, Head of Connecting Up, says “Connecting Up is delighted to partner with Link4 and offer a best-of-breed e-invoicing solution at generously discounted rates to the Australian not-for-profit sector.”
With the Australian Government allocating $15.3 million towards e-invoicing promotion this year, and the mandation of Peppol e-invoicing (receive capability) for Federal Government Agencies in 2022, it’s clear that e-invoicing is a priority for the Australian Government. Chris Jordan, Commissioner of Taxation at the ATO says, “The ATO is working with all levels of government, intermediaries and businesses to raise awareness of the new way to send and receive invoices and how to get on board.”
“Link4 have been helping Not-for-profits since we began e-invoicing 5 years ago. We are thrilled to formalise our support through this new partnership and look forward to supporting many more non-profits,” noted Robin Sands, CEO of Link4.
Not-for-profits can now benefit from increased invoicing security at an affordable price. e-invoicing improves efficiency, cash-flow and is better for the environment. Charities and non-profits that are eligible will need to contact Connecting Up to apply.