Say hi to e-invoicing
Exchange invoices directly with the software systems of your customers and suppliers - even if they don't use MYOB.
What is e-invoicing?
Electronic invoicing, or e-invoicing, is a new feature that lets businesses exchange invoices directly using their accounting software. No paper. No emails. No manual handling. Just accurate, secure invoices sent with the click of a button.
With e-invoicing, you'll cut down on time spent generating PDFs and sending emails. You'll also reduce the risk of human error when creating and sending invoices, helping you get paid faster.
It's all thanks to Peppol, a standardised e-invoicing network that lets different accounting systems talk to each other. Simply generate an invoice, send it to a client and it will be delivered directly into their accounts payable software, ready to approve without the need for manual handling.
What's not to love?
Make it easier for suppliers and customers to process and pay your invoices quickly and keep your cash flowing.
Cut down on your admin
Spend less time generating and sending invoices, and reduce human error by slashing manual handling and data entry.
Safer and more secure
Protect yourself against fraud by using Peppol's in-built address database to ensure your invoices get where they need to.
Track the status of your e-invoices. See when they've been received, if they've been approved for payment or if anything has gone wrong.
E-invoicing is paperless and efficient, helping you achieve your sustainability goals while cutting down on costs.
Start e-invoicing in 3 easy steps
Register with an e-invoice service provider to send and receive e-invoices. (Your clients will also need to do this to receive e-invoices.)
Make sure your NZBN is up to date in your MYOB user profile.
Add your client's NZBN to their contact details in your MYOB software. Then simply generate an invoice and click "Send as e-invoice".