Leverage AI to Forecast Your Sales Integrated with your SAP ERP

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We are gathering your good and representative quality historical sales data from your database. Segment products/product groups and identify where to focus our attention. Then analyzing and cleansing your data to find out which products are stable and predictable
In the companies the criteria for calculating the forecast cannot always transfer the sales, supply chain and category management departments to each other and therefore errors occurs in the forecast results. We will set a weekly and monthly meetings with you, and we will gather both the necessary and correct information from your departments, as well as the new customer, new market, new campaign and other factors that will affect your forecast results. By adding this information to the Forecasting Tool, we are going to increase the accuracy of your results.


We are adjusting and correcting your forecast data according to input and KPIs, for instance forecast accuracy (FCA) , forecast bias (FB) and customer service level(CSL). Agree on a final forecast to be shared to the stakeholders and on which all decisions should be based. Discuss the “root cause” of major changes or errors in the forecast and make sure to sustainable develop and improve the process.



In the final, after all these process we communicate the agreed forecast data with your requested format to related stakeholders.
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UK – HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) Add-On Solution

In UK Making Tax Digital (MTD) is HMRC’s digitalize tax system. At the first phase of MTD focuses on VAT and all businesses with a turnover above the VAT threshold are required to keep digital records and submit VAT returns electronically through MTD compliant software like S4FN SAP add-on.

 

Reporting Format:

The electronic format needs to be a structured XML format or an unstructured PDF format.

 

When & Who is Impact:

  • VAT period starting on or after 1 April 2019.
  • VAT registration threshold of £85,000 will need to keep VAT records digitally and file their VAT returns.

 

Who is not impact:

  • Businesses who are exempt from online VAT submissions.
  • Businesses who are not VAT registered.
  • Businesses with a taxable turnover below the VAT threshold in the twelve months leading up to 01.01.2019 or any twelve month period

 

What should be archived by Businesses:

For 6 years;

  • Company name
  • Company address
  • VAT number
  • VAT accounting
  • VAT calculations
  • Applied adjustments

UK VAT Submission

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Fattura PA Italia, soluzione aggiuntiva SAP

La Legge sul Bilancio 2018 (la “Legge sul Bilancio”) è stata pubblicata sulla Gazzetta Ufficiale del 29 dicembre 2017 ed è entrata in vigore il 1 gennaio 2018.

Con questa legge, sono state annunciate molte nuove misure IVA. Una di queste è un’estensione della fatturazione elettronica.   

Dal 1 gennaio 2019, la fatturazione elettronica diventerà obbligatoria per tutte le forniture di beni e servizi B2B e B2C tra parti stabilite o con partita IVA registrata in Italia (nel caso di B2C, se il fornitore richiede espressamente una fattura).

Le fatture elettroniche dovranno essere emesse:

— tramite il “sistema di interscambio” (SdI), che è la piattaforma attualmente in uso per trasmettere fatture elettroniche agli enti pubblici e che permetterà all’Agenzia delle Entrate italiana di raccogliere automaticamente i dettagli delle fatture elettroniche;

— nel formato(3) “Fattura PA”, che è l’unico attualmente ammesso, sebbene diversi formati basati su standard europei potrebbero essere permessi in futuro se introdotti da decreto.

Se le fatture elettroniche non dovessero essere conformi alle condizioni di cui sopra, saranno trattate come non emesse e le (pesanti) penali imposte dall’articolo 6 del Decreto Legislativo n. 471/1997 verranno applicate.

 S4FN ha sia il cloud integrato che la soluzione E2E per la fatturazione elettronica in Italia.

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FatturaPA Italia, normativa e obblighi per adempimento IVA

Con l’entrata in vigore della Legge Finanziaria 2018, sarà effettivo un nuovo obbligo di fatturazione elettronica, a partire dal 1 giugno 2019, riguardante la fornitura di prodotti e servizi effettuata da parte di entità che sono residenti, stabiliti o con partita IVA registrata in Italia.

L’obiettivo della pratica di fatturazione elettronica in questione è sia di promuovere l’uso più efficace di mezzi digitali da parte delle società che di tenere sotto controllo atti fraudolenti, come evasione e frode fiscale. Per ottemperare a detto requisito, i contribuenti dovranno aggiornare i loro sistemi informatici per trasferire le fatture elettroniche (in formato XML) tramite il Sistema di Interscambio (cosiddetto “SDI”) in entrambe le direzioni. Numerosi fattori influiranno sull’estensione della modifica che sarà necessaria per infrastrutture attualmente in uso. Utilizzare uno o più intermediari nel processo può facilitare le cose e permettere che ci sia una limitazione delle modifiche. Alcuni punti salienti della nuova pratica enunciati nella Lege Finanziaria 2018 per la fatturazione elettronica sono elencati brevemente qui di seguito:

Formato di fattura elettronica e scadenze

A partire dal 1 gennaio 2019, le fatture elettroniche dovranno rispettare i seguenti requisiti:

 

– Le fatture devono essere convertite in formato XML, come da requisiti tecnici delineati nel Decreto n. 55 datato 3 aprile 2013;

– Devono essere firmate digitalmente;

– Devono essere trasmesse all’indirizzo tramite SDI.

 

Se un mutuo accordo sulla trasmissione di fatture elettroniche venisse stabilito dalle rispettive parti, possono essere utili per i contribuenti degli intermediari autorizzati. İn ogni caso, il fornitore sarà ritenuto responsabile dell’emissione delle fatture da parte delle Autorità Fiscali. Nella Legge si indica che altri formati di fattura elettronica possono ugualmente essere usati, purché questi formati seguano standard o norme accettate dall’Unione Europea. Da notare che alcuni contribuenti in settori specifici saranno soggetti alla normativa di fatturazione fiscale molto prima del 1 gennaio 2019. Ad esempio, la fornitura di carburante che i servizi offrivano tramite subappaltatori, o una catena aziendale, nell’ambito di applicazione di un contratto di appalto per lavori o servizi forniti alla pubblica amministrazione, richiederà l’uso di fatture elettroniche a partire dal 1 luglio 2018.

 

Per ulteriori informazioni, potete anche fare riferimento all’altro Newsalert sui nuovi obblighi IVA imposti per l’industria dei carburanti. İ contribuenti soggetti alla fatturazione elettronica. L’uso di fatture elettroniche formattate in XML è richiesto per la fornitura di beni e servizi resi, offerti da entità fisiche o legali tassabili, che sono residenti o identificati ai fini IVA in Italia. Un’eccezione alla normativa sopra menzionata riguarda le fatture emesse o raccolte da contribuenti non residenti, dal momento che questi non sono soggetti stabiliti o identificati ai fini dell’IVA. A titolo di esempio, la fattura elettronica non sarà richiesta per un servizio di consulenza fornito ad un’entità in Francia da parte di un’entità tassabile in Italia.

La fatturazione elettronica è una pratica obbligatoria anche per transazioni B2C (cioè, “tra imprese e consumatori”), se il fornitore deve emettere una fattura. In tali casi, le fatture elettroniche emesse a consumatori privati dovranno essere inviate loro da parte dei servizi elettronici delle autorità fiscali italiane. Inoltre, una copia cartacea della fattura elettronica deve essere inviata al consumatore da parte del fornitore. Pertanto, sarà il consumatore a decidere se rinunciare alla sua copia della fattura elettronica o della fattura cartacea.

 

Comunicazione internazionale. Con l’entrata in vigore a partire dal 1 gennaio 2019, alle entità che risiedono o sono stabilite nello Stato sarà richiesto di presentare alle autorità fiscali italiane i dati sulla fornitura di beni e servizi forniti/ricevuti a/da parti non stabilite o non registrate ai fini IVA in Italia. Diversamente, le autorità fiscali italiane riceveranno anche i dati delle fatture che non saranno inviate tramite SDI, dal momento che rientrano nella categoria di operazioni “internazionali”. Le presentazioni alle autorità fiscali italiane avverranno tramite una specifica comunicazione su piattaforma digitale e saranno inviate entro l’ultimo giorno del mese che segue la data di emissione o la data di ricevimento della fattura.

 

Clausole penali. Le fatture tra entità italiane IVA residenti o IVA stabilite saranno trattate in modo diverso rispetto alle descrizioni summenzionate (vale a dire, la presentazione della fattura elettronica in XML “FatturaPA” standard e via sistema SDI), la fattura sarà considerata omessa e saranno applicabili penali in accordo con l’articolo 6(1), Decreto Legislativo n. 471/97 (vale a dire, penali che variano dal 90% al 180% dell’IVA non correttamente documentata). È da specificare se la detta penale si applica anche alle entità non residenti (ma solo alla partita IVA registrata in Italia).

 

Inoltre, i consumatori che non riceveranno la fattura di acquisto in linea con i requisiti specificati nel paragrafo precedente, solo per evitare le penali di cui all’articolo 6(8), Decreto Legislativo n. 471/97 (vale a dire, pari al 100% dell’IVA non documentata), devono, in ogni caso, ottemperare all’obbligo documentale stabilito dalla legge (chiamato “autofattura denuncia”) usando l’SDI. Riguardo alla nuova “comunicazione internazionale” e se è omessa o presentatata con dati falsificati o incompleti, la nuova penale di cui all’articolo 11, (2 quater), Decreto Legislativo 471/97 sarà applicabile (vale a dire, 2€ per ogni fattura, considerando un limite massimo di 1.000€ per ogni trimestre, anche se l’obbligo non è su base mensile). Si indica che la penale può essere ridotta della metà se la relativa correzione dovesse essere effettuata entro 15 giorni a partire dalla scadenza ordinaria.

 

Semplıfıcazıonı ed esenzioni fiscali. Similmente alla versione precedente del Decreto Legislativo n. 127/2015 (prima dell’emendamento previsto dalla Legge sul Bilancio 2018), è prevista la riduzione di due anni del periodo di accertamento fiscale (sia ai fini IVA che IRES) per il contribuente residente, stabilito e registrato in Italia ai fini IVA.

 

Conformemente, per usufruire di questo, il contribuente deve garantire la tracciabilità di ogni e qualsivoglia pagamento superiore a 500 € (questo limite è stato recentemente aumentato dalla Legge sul Bilancio 2018) ricevuto ed effettuato da/a suoi destinatari (le procedure saranno indicate in dettaglio da un altro Decreto del Ministero delle Finanze).

Inoltre, la legge in questione precisa che la riduzione del periodo di accertamento fiscale non sarà applicabile per i contribuenti che effettuano transazioni nella categoria indicata nell’articolo 22, Decreto Presidenziale n. 633/72, i contribuenti che hanno beneficiato dell’opzione come da articolo 2, Decreto Legislativo n. 127/2015 (vale a dire, l’opzione di presentare elettronicamente l’importo dei corrispettivi quotidiani) sono esclusi. La Legge sul Bilancio annulla il provvedimento secondo cui il contribuente aveva la priorità per il rimborso del credito IVA.

La Legge sul Bilancio 2018 anticipa alcune misure di semplificazione per i contribuenti come di seguito:

– l’obbligo di archiviazione elettronica per questioni fiscali sarà soddisfatto dalle fatture elettroniche, più dagli altri documenti elettronici presentati tramite il sistema di interscambio (le tempistiche e procedure saranno definite da una legge specifica);

– l’articolo 21, Decreto Legge n. 78/2010, che obbliga i contribuenti a presentare lo “Spesometro” è stato cancellato;

– Non appena questi dati fiscali sono ottenuti, le autorità fiscali italiane assisteranno le attività artistiche, attività professionali o attività commerciali dei contribuenti nel seguire la “contabilità semplificata” per il calcolo delle loro tasse e per la compilazione della dichiarazione dei redditi.

– L’entrata in pieno vigore della normativa obbligatoria di fatturazione elettronica per vendite esentasse, riguardante la fornitura di prodotti a consumatori privati residenti al di fuori dell’Unione Europea.

 

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Italy FatturaPA Add-On Solution ( FAQ )

1-) Do you cover Inbound invoices(MM)/AP just like you cover Outbound invoices (SD) to the SDI.The Italian Government require all companies resident and Registered for VAT to send and receive invoices via the SDI.Do you cover the receipt of invoices from SDI as well?

Yes, we also cover inbound invoices. We cover all messaging between SAP and SdI for both incoming and outgoing invoices. We get messages ( receipts ) into SAP, so you can follow all the traffic. You will able to follow all invoices and messages (incoming/outgoing) from a monitoring program.

2-) Do you have an information for the Italy government system technical requirement like protocols and communications they support in terms of the middleware requirements?

Please check it from the below link. We will use SDICoop Service to handle communication between middleware and SdI system.

http://www.fatturapa.gov.it/export/fatturazione/en/normativa/f-3.htm

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Italy FatturaPA regulation and obligations for VAT compliance

Upon entry into force of the Financial Law 2018, a new e-invoicing obligation will be in effect, as of June 1, 2019, regarding the provision of products or services delivered by entities that are resident, established or VAT registered in Italy.

 

The objective of the e-invoicing practice in question is both to promote the more effective use of digital means by companies and also to bring fraudulent acts, e.g. tax evasion and VAT fraud, under control. To comply with such a requirement, taxpayers will need to update their informatics systems to transfer e-invoices (in XML format) through the Interchange System (so-called “SDI”) in both directions. Numerous factors will affect the extent of modification that will be required for currently used infrastructure. Use of one or more intermediaries in the process may facilitate the things and allow limitation of modifications to be made. Highlights of new practice set forth in the Financial Law 2018 for e-invoicing is briefly listed as follows;

 

E-invoice format and due dates;

 

As of January 1, 2019 e-invoices should comply with the following requirements:

 

– Invoices should be converted into XML format, as per technical requirements outlined in Decree no. 55 dated April 3, 2013;

– They must be digitally signed;

– They must be transferred to the addressee via SDI.


If a mutual agreement on transmission of e-invoices is established by the relevant parties, then authorized intermediaries may be of use for the taxpayers. In any case, the supplier will be kept responsible for issuance of invoices by Tax Authorities. It is indicated in the Law that other e-invoice formats may also be used as well provided that these formats follow standard or rules accepted in the European Union. It should be noted that some taxpayers in specific sectors will be affected by e-invoicing regulation well before January 1, 2019. For example, the supply of petrol or diesel fuel the services offered by subcontractors, or of a business chain, within the scope of a procurement contract for works or services delivered to public administration, will require the use of e-invoices as of 1 July 2018.

 

For further information, you may also want to refer the other Newsalert on new VAT obligations imposed for motor fuel industry. Taxpayers subjected to the e-invoice Use of e-invoices formatted in XML is required for provision of goods or services rendered offered by taxable real or legal entities that are resident, established or identified for VAT purposes in Italy. An exception for above-mentioned regulation is for the invoices issued or collected by non-resident taxpayers since they are not VAT established or VAT identified in the State. Just to give an example, e-invoice will not be required for consulting service provided to an entity in France by a taxable entity in Italy.

 

 

E-invoicing is a compulsory practice also for B2C  transactions (i.e. “business to consumer”), if the supplier must issue an invoice. In such cases, electronic invoices issued to private consumers are requested to be delivered to them by the Italian tax authorities’ electronic services. Moreover, a copy of the electronic invoice or paper invoice should be sent to customer by supplier. Accordingly, it is the consumer will decide to waive its copy of the e-invoice or paper invoice.

 

International communication Entering into force as of January 1, 2019, the entities residing or established in the State will be asked to submit to the Italian tax authorities the data on the provision of goods and services provided/received to/from parties not VAT established or VAT registered in Italy. Said differently, the Italian tax authorities will also get the data of the invoices that will not be sent through the SDI since they fall in the category of “International“ operations. The submissions to Italian tax authorities will be through a specific communication in digital platform and they will be sent in the last day of the month following to the date of issuance or to date of receipt of the invoice.


Penalty Clauses The invoices between Italian VAT resident or VAT established entities will be treated in a different way compared to the aforementioned descriptions (i.e. the submission of the e-invoice in XML “FatturaPA” standard and via SDI system), the invoice shall be considered as omitted and penalties according to article 6(1), Legislative Decree no. 471/97, will be applicable (i.e. penalties ranging between 90% to 180% of the VAT not correctly documented). It is to be clarified whether the said penalty applies also to non-resident entities (but only VAT registered in Italy).



Moreover, the customers that shall not get the purchase invoice in line with the requirements specified in former paragraph, just to avoid the penalties provided for by article 6(8), Legislative Decree no. 471/97 (i.e. equal to 100% of the VAT not documented), should, in any case, comply with the documental enforcement set forth by that law (called “autofattura denuncia”) by using SDI. Regarding the new “international communication” and if it is omitted or submitted with falsified or incomplete data, the new penalty provided for by article 11, (2-quater), Legislative Decree 471/97 will be applicable (i.e. 2€ for each invoice, considering an upper limit of 1.000 € for each quarter, even if the obligation is on a monthly basis). It is indicated that the penalty can be reduced to half if the relevant correction would be done within 15 days starting from the ordinary deadline.

 

Simplifications and tax exemptions Similar to the previous version of the Legislative Decree no. 127/2015 (before the amendment provided for by the 2018 Budget Law), it is provided the reduction of two years of the tax assessment period (both for VAT and CIT purposes) for the taxpayer resident, established and registered in Italy for VAT purposes.

 

Accordingly, in order to take advantage of it, the taxpayer is supposed to guarantee the traceability of each and every payment worth higher than 500 € (this limit is recently increased by Budget Law 2018) received and carried out from/to its addressees (the procedures will be outline in detail by another Decree by Ministry of Finance). 

Furthermore, the law in question clarifies that the reduction of tax assessment period will not be applicable for the taxpayers that make transactions in the category set forth by article 22, Presidential Decree no. 633/72, the taxpayers that have benefited from the option as per the article 2, Legislative Decree no. 127/2015 (i.e. option to e- submit the daily amount of considerations) are excluded. The Budget Law annuls the provision that taxpayer was prioritized for the refund of VAT credit.

 

2018 Budget Law anticipates some simplification measures for the taxpayers as follows:

 

– the e-archiving obligation for taxation affairs will be satisfied by the e-invoices, plus by the other e-documents submitted through the interchange system (timescales and procedures will be defined by a specific act);

– article 21, Decree-Law no. 78/2010, which oblige taxpayers to submit the “Spesometro” is canceled;

– As soon as this tax data is obtained, Italian tax authorities will assist to the taxpayers perform arts, professional activity or business activity following “simplified accounting” for the calculation of their taxes and for the draft of the tax return.

– The entry into full force of the mandatory tax-free shopping e-invoicing regulation, regarding the provision products to private customers resident outside European Union.

 

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Italy Fattura PA SAP Add-On Solution

The Budget Law 2018 (the ‘Budget Law’) was published in the Official Gazette on 29 December 2017 and came into force on 1 January 2018.

 

With this law, many new VAT measures have announced. One of them is an E-Invoicing extension.

 

As of 1 January 2019, e-invoicing will become mandatory for all B2B and B2C supplies of goods and services between parties established or VAT-registered in Italy (in the case of B2C if the customer expressly requests an invoice).


 

E-invoices will have to be issued:

 

— through the ‘Sistema di Intercambio’ system (‘SdI’), which is the platform currently used to transmit e-invoices to public bodies and which will allow the Italian Revenue Agency to automatically collect details of e-invoices;

 

— in the ‘Fattura PA’ format(3), which is the only one currently admitted, although different formats based on European standards might be allowed in the future if introduced by decree.

 

Should e-invoices not comply with the above conditions, they will be treated as not having been issued and the (heavy) penalties imposed by article 6 of Legislative Decree no. 471/1997 will apply

 

S4FN has both cloud integrated and E2E solution for Italy e-Invoicing.

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E2E SAP Add-on Solution For Hungary Real Time Invoicing (RTIR)

S4FN SAP Add-On is ready to connect your SAP ERP system to NAV.  It can directly send data to NAV system without any cloud integration or any third party software. Beside it can be integrated with any integration service.

 

You don’t require to use any cloud integration. The Add-on generates the whole XML in SAP ERP.

Connectivity with NAV requires only redirecting this whole ready XML to NAV.It is very easy to implement. It doesn’t require any e-seal like SII Spain.

 

  • No additional middleware, hardware, or software is needed,
  • Doesn’t require any cloud integration,
  • PI integration just requires a simple proxy class,
  • Integrable with any integration service,
  • Keeps data private, no other third party interfere with your data,
  • Doesn’t require any SAP update or note implementation,
  • Whole XML is ready and accessible on SAP ERP,
  • Implementation required just filling add-on customizations,
  • It has own namespace doesn’t effect existing objects.

 

Hungary Add on Implementation Steps


Add-on customizations

  • FI Document Type Mappings
  • SD Document Type Mappings


Connectivity Settings

  • Technical User Customization
  • PI Integration ( optional )

 

Hungary Add on Implementation Tasks High Level

  1. Agreement
  2. Transport exchange, customizations, connectivity -> 2 weeks estimated,
  3. Test and Training -> 1 week
  4. Go Live and Support

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Hungary Online Account System(RTIR) – FAQ

1-) What invoices must be reported?

Only issued invoices will be reported if taxpayers VAT exceeding 100,00 HUF.

2-) How do I adapt the invoice data exported from my ERP to the required XML schema?

S4FN connector(s) will transform related data which extracted from ERP system and send it to NAV with required format.

3-) What do I need to connect to the NAV?

The taxpayer must register in the NAV and create a Technical User for their IT provider in this way connection with the Hungarian tax authority can be established.

4-) What happens if the NAV platform is unavailable due to breakdown, maintenance or to failure of the internet service?

Companies will be report sales invoices in scope for the real time invoice reporting without delay, but within at least 24 hours to the system. In case of any failure after the system operate again taxpayer will have extra 24 hours to re-send files.

5-) What information do the XML messages contain?

  1. The date of issue;
  2. A sequential number, which uniquely identifies the invoice;
  3. Supplier´s name, address and VAT number
  4. Customer’s name, address and VAT number
  5. The description and quantity of the goods supplied as well as the description, extent and nature of the services supplied if it can be expressed in some unit of measurement;
  6. The date of the chargeable event and the date of advance payments, if they differ from the date of issue of the invoice;
  7. The taxable amount, the unit price of goods and services not subject to VAT and any discounts or refund, if they are not included in the unit price;
  8. The VAT rate applied;
  9. The VAT amount payable;
  10. In case you are reporting supplies of goods exempt or zero-rated, the reference to the applicable provision of law, or any other reference indicating that the supply of goods is (i) exempt or (ii) subject to the reverse charge mechanism, if applicable;
  11. identify the characteristics pursuant to the Hungarian VAT Act for on the supply of a new means of transport;
  12. Indicate that the particular provisions have been applied in connection to the activities of tour operators pursuant to the Hungarian VAT Act;
  13. Indicate that the particular provisions have been applied in connection with the supply of second-hand goods, works of art, collectors’ items and antiques;
  14. Legal representative´s name, address and VAT number, he is liable to pay VAT.

 

6-)Is a digital signature required to sign the XML file?

No, digital signature(dungle) is not required

7-) Because of internal security policies, our SAP ERP is not allowed to have direct external communication. All external communication (in/out) is passed through a middleware. Does your solution support communication via middleware?

Our add-on can call any uri provided. It is built in our standard solution.

If you can provide an HTTP endpoint from middleware, add-on can be configured to call it without any development.

On Lobster side incoming request should be redirected to Tax Agencies real uris.

On SAP side it just requires a sm59 entry.

8- ) Is any development required on our system?

For the clients using PI as their integration service, it is needed to maintain send exit in our add-on.

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Hungary Online Account System ( RTIR )

The Online Account System

From 1 July 2018, it is obligatory to provide data on invoices for transactions between domestic taxpayers with VAT of at least 100 thousand HUF.

 

The data on the data of the invoices issued and the documents with a single invoice shall be submitted electronically from 1 July 2018, shortly after the exhibition. When billing with a billing program, the billing information is transmitted immediately from the billing program to the NAV without human intervention, via public internet, immediately after the invoice has been made.

In principle, the disclosure obligation covers invoices for transactions between domestic taxpayers in which they have a VAT of 100,000 HUF or more.

Our SAP Solution

  • No additional middleware, hardware, or software is needed,
  • Doesn’t require any cloud integration,
  • PI integration just requires a simple proxy class,
  • Integrable with any integration service,
  • Keeps data private, no other third party interfere with your data,
  • Doesn’t require any SAP update or note implementation,
  • Whole XML is ready and accessible on SAP ERP,
  • Implementation required just filling add-on customizations,
  • It has own namespace doesn’t effect existing objects.

 

Implementation Steps

Add-on customizations

  • FI Document Type Mappings
  • SD Document Type Mappings

 

Connectivity Settings

  • Technical User Customization
  • Integration Service Settings if you have

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