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Companies that migrated their invoices to digital storage by the end of 2015 are 650k. Businesses electronically transacted with other businesses an overall value of 260 billion euros, just under 10% of B2b trade dealings of the country, which in Italy amounts to 2700 billion.
Using electronic invoicing for public authorities has helped in clarifying the situation on the digital front. The offer in this field is wide, diverse and layered. The potential benefits (in both monetary and non-monetary terms) of using digital solutions are both tangible and significant. Alongside the opportunities for simplifying the procedures that are materialising are the incentives put in place by the legislator to open the way to B2B electronic invoicing. It is now up the companies to make their move.
The progress towards digitalisation that has been arduously pursued for years within the Italian national economic system has been boosted with the recent legal requirement for companies to invoice public authorities electronically. Introduced just over a year ago, and extended to all public bodies over the past few months, this obligation is proving a massive help in spreading relevant digital expertise. In many cases, skills have evolved faster in the public sector than in many private companies.