Confusion over Columbia Electronic Invoicing Mandate Serves as a Reminder that It’s Coming

Gustavo Jimenez
July 2, 2018

In short, the DIAN sent a letter stating that businesses should voluntarily issue electronic invoices beginning June 1. “Voluntarily” was the key word there, as the Colombia mandate does not take effect until Sept. 1.

Short time before electronic invoicing mandate kicks in 

Nevertheless, the brief panic the government’s letter caused serves as a warning to businesses that eInvoicing is coming to Colombia soon. Companies that have not prepared for the mandate need to find a service provider immediately.

A pioneer in eInvoicing solutions, Sovos, offers a solution certified by the Colombian government. Sovos brings a breadth of eInvoicing experience and functionality unmatched in the industry, with more than a decade of experience providing eInvoicing solutions in Latin America and Europe. Sovos offers solutions in nine Latin American countries, covering multiple protocols.

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Learn more about Sovos eInvoicing solutions for the Colombia mandate, or contact Sovos for more information.

Gustavo Jimenez
Gustavo is Sovos’ Product Marketing Manager for eInvoicing solutions.

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