Link4 has been selected as one of 4 preferred partners for e-invoicing adoption for government agencies in New Zealand. The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) went through a long and extensive process to provide the best e-invoicing Access Point options for NZ government departments and agencies.
“E-invoicing will be great for the NZ economy,” noted Robin Sands, CEO of Link4. This pre-approved panel will allow agencies to make a decision and implement a solution in a simple and efficient way.”
Link4 already has extensive experience working with government and are the most popular choice across the Tasman with Australian Government agencies. They have secured large and small departments including the Treasury, the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources (DISER) and Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority (APRA) to name a few.
Many agencies have chosen Link4 due to their extensive track record working with popular ERP companies like TechnologyOne, SAP, Oracle and Microsoft. “We were the first Access Point provider to work with TechnologyOne’s CiAnywhere solution. While they are able to easily process e-invoices, Link4 is needed to ensure TechnologyOne systems connect to the Peppol network,” says Sands.
As part of the open syndicated agreement, agencies will be given a buyer’s guide which enables them to see what each of the 4 Access Point providers offer and their costs. Agencies will then be able to select their preferred provider and begin to discuss their specific implementation and ongoing requirements. Link4 has long experience with onboarding suppliers which will help any agency achieve their adoption targets.
All Central Government agencies in New Zealand need to be e-invoicing ‘receive’ capable by 31 March 2022. It’s estimated that the adoption of e-invoicing in New Zealand could add $4.4 billion to the economy over 10 years.
Link4 is an award winning, PEPPOL certified Access Point that provides seamless e-Invoicing services throughout New Zealand, Australia, Singapore and the UK.