If you are a company registered to the e-Invoice application, we strongly recommend you make transition to e-Archive. Today, more than 75 thousand companies are e-Invoice users but there are only 15 thousand companies using the e-Archive application. This is due to companies not being aware of e-Archive and not knowing the benefits.
Unlike e-Invoice, there are no complex structures in the e-Archive application for system responses (sent, not sent, accepted or not accepted, etc.). It has a simple structure in which the Revenue Administration is not at the core. So, when an e-Archive invoice is issued, it can be sent directly to the recipient by e-mail or it can be delivered to the recipient in A4 printout format by hand or cargo. Today, there are almost no companies or real persons without an e-mail address. Therefore, we recommend that you take a look at the following benefits of e-Archive with the means to issue invoices electronically and send them via e-mail to taxpayers and real persons who are not e-Invoice users.
- Costs for manufacturing paper invoices, printing, archiving copies and shipping costs are eliminated.
- Unlike the invoices sent by cargo, e-Archive invoices can be printed repeatedly or sent to the recipient by e-mail.
Unlike canceling a paper invoice and processing it with reverse posting to accounting records, you can simply cancel an e-Archive invoice by issuing a Cancellation e-Archive Invoice.
If you are operating in the retail industry, your customers can receive their invoices by e-mail or SMS even before leaving the store (using additional services).