What is PEPPOL?
PEPPOL eDelivery Network – An Overview
PEPPOL ‘BIS’ Specifications – An Overview
PEPPOL Reach and Country Profiles
Australia - Country Profile
New Zealand - Country Profile
Germany - Country Profile
Singapore - Country Profile
France - Country Profile
Sweden - Country Profile
Italy - Country Profile
Poland - Country Profile
Norway - Country Profile
Netherlands - Country Profile
England - Country Profile
Denmark - Country Profile
Belgium - Country Profile
Austria - Country Profile
New Zealand – Country Profile
- Our vision is for all New Zealand businesses to be digitally enabled and transacting directly with one another in an efficient, automated, and standardised way.
- To create and maintain a common, internationally compliant e-Invoicing approach and a digitally interoperable economic landscape for New Zealand business.
- To validate and maintain the ecosystem of technology and system providers, semantic models, and internationally aligned standards, to ensure ease of trade across jurisdictions.
- To position New Zealand and Australian businesses for further digitisation of the wider trans-Tasman Procurement landscape.
- This will be achieved by:
- Digital inclusion – to enable easy access to all businesses and digital service providers and aligned to the universally acceptable digital service standards.
- Open and responsive to change and innovation – ability to respond to changes in a dynamic environment whilst enabling innovation in broader contexts such as procure-to-pay and e-Delivery/digital message exchange.
- System integrity – trusted and secure.
- Government commitment – commitment by governments to deliver an integrated solution across multiple jurisdictions.
- The New Zealand government’s aim is to:
- Improve digital inclusion for all businesses, and in particular smaller businesses;
- Improve productivity in government and industry; and
- Reduce the costs of doing business for both government and industry
- To enable the initial step towards using the framework for wider e-Procurement activities
- To drive further adoption and implementation of the New Zealand Business Number (NZBN), a globally recognised, unique identifier
- To deliver realisable benefits to the New Zealand economy in cost savings and efficiency gains, due to estimated processing savings of up to 70% annually.
- To empower digitally enabled businesses to directly transact with one another in an efficient, automated and standardised way to:
- enable faster payment of invoices;
- reduce instances of fraud;
- improve data quality and accessibility;
- enrich data analysis to drive innovation; and
- increase digital interaction between businesses and with government.
- Support and contribute to the delivery of the New Zealand government Digital Economy work programme:
- Digital Business; supporting New Zealand businesses to use ICT to raise their productivity and drive innovation across all sectors of the economy.
- Digital Government; driving the public sector to use ICT to work more efficiently, make better decisions, create greater value from information, and transform the way services are delivered to businesses and individuals.
- Connectivity; enhancing domestic and international connectivity so that New Zealand is a highly connected society.
Government Digital Services
- This initiative also aligns with the new Government Digital Strategy for Digital Transformation and Data Standards across government and across the economy.
Alignment with International Digital Economies
- A large number of countries are either mandating or introducing interoperability frameworks that cover the whole or part of the procure-to-pay cycle. This is driven by the increased demand for the visibility of supply chain processes by governments and local authorities in the reduction of fraud; reduction of black markets/shadow economies; and increasing the overall integrity and productivity of their economies.
- To maintain Australia-New Zealand business competitiveness and integrity in markets that have implemented interoperability frameworks, it is important that Australia and New Zealand jointly implement similar frameworks for a complete end-to-end view of the supply chain from the buyer (procure to pay) or seller (order to cash) perspective
- Building the Australia-New Zealand community of service providers
- Determining the preferred Australia-New Zealand operating model and associated support structures required to deliver on our Transport Infrastructure Agreement obligations with Open PEPPOL
- Developing the relationships we have established with PEPPOL leaders and with other PEPPOL Authorities
- Considering policy and legislative options for e-Invoicing adoption.
- Developing the longer term strategic goals and plans for the ongoing implementation and use of the PEPPOL e-Delivery network;
- Expanding beyond e-Invoicing to Procure to Pay.
- Communications to be channelled through our Group Mailboxes:
- For the Director e-Invoicing – Mark Wierzbicki
NZ PEPPOL Documentation can be found on GitHub
Our Promotional Video: New Zealand e-Invoicing
NZ e-Invoicing Home Page: www.nzbn.govt.nz/e-Invoicing