Pagero has over thirty offices on six continents and serves customers in more than 140 countries. In light of the new regulatory requirements, the company has established local operations in Poland. This article explains the approaching e-invoicing mandate and shows how Pagero's solutions help Polish and international companies adapt to the new digital reality.
Pagero, headquartered in Gothenburg, Sweden, provides a Smart Business Network that connects buyers and sellers for automated, compliant, and secure exchange of orders, invoices, payment instructions, and other business documents. With an open network and a wide range of value-added apps, Pagero helps businesses streamline their order-to-cash and purchase-to-pay processes while unlocking the full potential of accurate and reliable business data. All of this regardless of location, industry, size or systems.
Pagero’s solutions for streamlined operations
E-invoicing – digitally exchange invoices with all your customers and suppliers.
AP and AR Automation – receive all your invoices electronically, straight into your financial system, and send all your invoices electronically from a single platform.
P2P and O2C Automation – digitize your order, delivery, and invoice handling and increase end-to-end control of the purchase-to-pay and order-to-cash processes.
E-invoicing compliance – achieve compliance with local requirements everywhere you do business.
Digitalization redefining the business landscape
The business landscape is characterized by a strong wave of digitization worldwide. The push by governments to introduce electronic invoicing and various tax reporting models has to do with a desire to reduce the VAT gap and streamline their economies. In recent years, this trend has also been noticeable in Poland, which is now taking the next step by introducing a nationwide B2B e-invoicing mandate in 2024.
To enable the transition, a new centralized platform, KSeF (Krajowy System e-Faktur), is currently being introduced, affecting all businesses registered for Polish VAT. The environment is already live and, as of 2024, all invoices should be sent and received via the platform. Pagero’s offer will connect customers to the KseF and ensure that technical and invoice format demands are being fully met.
Pagero’s established operations in Poland
In light of the regulatory landscape, Pagero has recently established local operations in Poland. “As providing solutions for e-invoicing and e-document exchange is our core, it’s only natural for Pagero to establish local operations,” says Andrzej Pijanowski, Country Manager for Pagero Poland.
“Mandatory e-invoicing is just around the corner, and a significant digital transformation lies ahead for Polish companies. Hence, we want to bring our business closer to the customers, enabling us to give them better support to make a smooth switch.”
“After some busy months, the business operations are now up and running, and a physical office is to be opened in Warsaw soon,” Pijanowski continues. “Pagero’s Polish customer base has grown substantially over the last few years and we are pleased to be able to offer them our services from a close distance. Going forward, we will continue expanding our network of customers and partners, establishing a steady foothold to build upon. Observing the national demand and current development, we see a potential for rapid growth also in the future.”
Buying and selling should be easy
“There is a clear need for the services we provide, which help digitize financial processes, not only among Polish companies facing e-invoice requirements, but also among multinational businesses that are likely to be affected by similar mandates in other countries."
"With the help of Pagero’s cloud-based open network, all parties can communicate digitally with each other and meet the existing legal requirements on a global scale."
"No matter where you are located, buying and selling should be easy. And that is what Pagero will help you accomplish.”
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