IECISA Certified as E-Service Provider in Peru With Technological Support From EDICOM
IECISA and EDICOM sign partnership agreement to facilitate e-payment receipt issuance to customers in Peru, in line with tax authority requirements.
Valencia, 12 December 2019. In order to issue e-invoices in Peru, and as established by resolution 044/2019/SUNAT, , taxpayers can use an electronic service provider (PSE) to issue electronic payment receipts before they are sent to an electronic services operator (OSE) and on to the tax authority.
Another phase of the mass rollout of e-invoicing across the country began in January 2020 with new taxpayers being required to adhere to the Peruvian Electronic Emission System (SEE).
The multinational IECISA, with offices in Peru, has been approved by the Peruvian tax authority SUNAT as an Electronic Service Provider and will tap EDICOM’s tech infrastructure to perform validation and issuance tasks for electronic payment receipts.
The partnership makes it possible to provide companies invoicing in Peru with the longstanding experience of two technology multinationals, guaranteeing a secure, scalable, and automated solution that meets the required legal conditions.
IECISA is the tech consulting firm of the El Corte Inglés Group, specialized in providing digital solutions and value-added services to businesses to step up to digital transformation through innovation. Its 30-plus years in the business and knowhow across the most diverse industrials sectors means IECISA can provide public and private organizations with the expertise required to harness the opportunities afforded by technologies like Cloud, IoT, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, and Big Data, among others, to boost efficiency and drive new business models. Its commitment to innovation and quality have powered its internationalization, leveraging the company's global activity.
EDICOM is an international EDI and e-invoicing service provider. With more than 20 years’ experience developing tech solutions that facilitate the secure exchange of business transactions in the B2B and B2G environments, and with offices in eight countries, EDICOM’s robust infrastructure enables service provision to 17,000-plus customers worldwide, exchanging in excess of half a billion documents per year on its platforms. Because all solutions are proprietary developments, EDICOM can anticipate and adjust to technological innovations and legislative novelties in countries where its customers operate.