E-Invoicing (Fatoorah) Software
Implement Electronic Invoicing (Fatoorah) Software that is approved by ZATCA & fully Compliant with its laws
E-Invoice Saudi Arabia is a digital invoice issuing system and a legal requirement for all businesses issuing VAT tax invoices, improving tax compliance and making it easier for businesses to manage their invoicing obligations. The Electronic Invoicing Software generates invoices that are computerized, secure and entirely error-free hence being a ZATCA compliant and modern-day tech-savvy solution.
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The Electronic Invoice Processing Systems are automated software that are used by establishments to boost compliance and for easy payment of taxes. This electronic method helps document everything and keeps it in check. By using this automated system, businesses can be sure that they are fully compliant with the recent invoicing laws that have been passed.
The implementation of an E-Invoice System helps automate invoices and, as a result, gets rid of the error-prone manually produced invoices. It is also completely anti-tampering.
This E-invoice software, ensures that all data is kept safe and protected from any tampering in an affordable price range. This software also uses APIs to allow it to merge with third-party applications.
With the E-Invoicing System, all businesses can easily meet every requirement just by making use of the tools that it is supplied with. Using it, will ease the process of preparing purchase bookings and documenting all financial details since it brings you all the essential digitized solutions. This system also helps you save a lot of time and capital just by automating these tasks and clearing out the need for manual effort. Also, it helps handle orders and inventory seamlessly.
E-Invoice Compliance Software Breakthrough Features
Handle purchases and take care of invoices while storing all financial records in our cloud-based database!
The E-invoicing system allows for regular archiving and aids in acquiring correct and updated electronic invoices, along with helping boost a business’s scalability.
On Tax Invoices
One of the conditions established by ZATCA is the presence of QR codes on tax invoices which the E-invoice system fulfills. This element aids in distinguishing E-invoices.
You Get All The Flexibility You Need To Modify And Have Us Evolve Your Software, And Never Limit Yourself To What Is Only Available.
Invoices In XML
The E-invoicing software also allows easy reporting of all data to lawful authorities by providing electronic invoices in the XML style for hassle-free data interchanging.
Our Service Makes Sure That You Get An App That Is Of High Quality By Running The System Through All Kinds Of Vigorous Testing.
With ZATCA Systems
Electronic invoicing software allows for integration with ZATCA which is a governmental committee that deals with tax and similar issues for the smooth transfer of tax information.
Another useful feature is that you can utilize it to gain enhanced reports like budget, revenue situation, etc to make businesses ready for the future.
It helps speed up and improve the managing taxes via digitizing calculations for removing errors and risks and allowing alterations in line with modification to VAT.
Benefits of E-Invoicing Fatoorah Software
Efficiently calculate your taxes with our highly accurate Electronic tax invoice system
ZATCA Approved Software
Cordis’ providing the E-invoicing software that is the ZATCA approved system and fully compliant with ZATCA laws.
Allows easy access to all documents by digitizing them and enhances accuracy by lowering chances of manual errors. Payments are also processed and collected quickly.
Keeps tabs on invoices to keep you in the loop when invoices are received and paid for, and lowers the use of paper by digitizing records.
By using this software, all data is stored in a centralized system, accessible at all times for you to check and gain special insight via analytics.
Using this Electronic Invoice Processing System, resources are utilized fully, and helps save up on materials needed for printed invoices and automates for more efficiency.
E-Invoicing Fatoorah Software for leading industries
Stay protected from fraud and meet consumer demands while staying smart with the electronic invoicing software
Banking & Finance
Retail & Wholesale
Banking & Finance
Retail & Wholesale
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E-invoicing software is a must-have for every organization in KSA. It is a standard requirement implied by Zakat, Tax, and Customs Authority (ZATCA) and should be followed by everyone. This requirement is imposed on businesses to have streamlined procedures and efficient working.
Cordis Technology helps you integrate fully compliant software in your organization, fulfilling all the strict regulations of Zakat, Tax, and Custom Authority (ZATCA). Whether it be your accounting software, sales, or purchase, it is pre-integrated with other software, so you don’t have to hustle for that. Incorporate Cordis Technology’s E-invoicing software in your organization to escalate the growth of your working operations and handle taxes in an authentic and organized way.
The ZATCA compliant Fatoorah E-invoicing system holds two types of invoices:
- Standard invoice.
- Simplified invoice.
Well, the standard invoice which is also known as tax invoice, is mainly issued for B2B business and B2G transactions. The type of invoice is utilized for demanding vat input deduction by buyers.
It has to be very clear to the buyer that in phase 1 these invoices can be shared in a given format with the buyer however in phase 2 these invoices could be shared after being evident by ZATCA and cryptographically stamped. Also, the VAT registration number should be added to the invoice if the buyer is VAT registered.
A simplified invoice is issued to B2C transactions only with the QR code generated from your system. The buyer doesn’t need to hustle manually. However, the QR code is an essential factor to differentiate your invoice from others. These invoices can also be self-billed, but the system will indicate this on the invoice.
There are two phases in which you can enforce an electronic invoicing system in your organization.
Phase 1 is invoked from 4th December, 2021 and is known as the “generation Phase”.
The second phase of electronic tax invoice is going to be implemented by 1 Jan, 2023. Therefore, the taxpayers will be informed at least six months before their integration phase starts.
Well, the technical requirements are mostly satisfied by the internal team members in case of in-house built solutions, or service providers (ECR vendors, or software vendors). The taxpayer needs to consult a service provider to comply with electronic invoice processing systems in their organization, or the internal team member to update and comply with the system by 4 Dec, 2021.
The specific requirements are applicable to both the phases, however differs with respect to the type of invoice.
- Use of electronic systems to generate invoices.
- QR code is a must on tax invoices.
- Invoice title. (depending on the type of invoice being generated)
- VAT number should be written on the invoice.
- Invoices in XML format.
- Safety from fraudulent attacks. (Anti-tampering feature)
- Integration with ZATCA system
- A few technical requirements (E.g. UUID)
Considerably, these requirements and phases are applied to all the people who are compliant with the VAT regulations or VAT registered.
The data being shown on a simplified tax invoice after scanning from a QR code is listed below:
- Seller’s name.
- VAT registration number of the person.
- Date and time stamp.
- VAT total.
- Electronic invoice total with VAT.
- The 1st phase deadline is Dec 4, 2021 given by Zakat, Tax & Customs Authority (ZATCA).
- The 2nd phase will be enforced by Jan 1, 2023 which will be implemented in waves.