When we first entered the market for e-invoicing back in 2008, there weren’t many things about e-invoices to be impressed by. It was expensive, difficult and boring to send e-invoices and there were only a few large organizations that had the possibility and interest to invest. Since then, a lot of things have happened.
- Swedish authorities decided to use the XML standard Svefaktura. They had procured a “function” to be able to receive e-invoices, but the problem was still that no one sent them.
- A couple of municipalities in Sweden decided to adapt to the new standard. These municipalities had for a long time been treading water after completing a few large EDI projects. Unlike the Swedish governments the municipalities could choose whatever service provider they wanted and as a consequence of this there was suddenly a number of services to choose from.
- InExchange started offering e-invoicing as a service for small and medium enterprises at €11 per month.
In 2011, only three years later, the reality is a bit different. We still offer e-invoicing to small and medium enterprises for only €11 per month, but during the last year millions of e-invoices were sent through InExchange. During 2011 alone, we distributed e-invoices for a total value of over €3 billion.
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