About this event
The future of invoicing is here and it's time to take advantage of it. E-invoicing is no longer a trend, but a mandate as governments around the world are pushing for a greener future. However, with this rapid growth comes a complex and constantly evolving compliance landscape that can be challenging to navigate.
The adoption of e-invoicing can offer benefits such as reduced costs, faster payment processing, and lower risks of invoice rejection. It can also help to minimize your carbon footprint and enhance your company's sustainable practices. There is however a lot for businesses to consider when deciding to implement e-invoicing.
Join this Basware and The CFO webinar as we:
Graduated from Helsinki Business Polytechnic school at 1999. With +20 years’ experience in e-invoicing industry, he is an expert in e-invoice solution (sending and receiving) worldwide. Sampo is in Basware's Specialist Sales team Basware E-Invoicing Network specialist and he is a huge promoter of open network philosophy.
- Rogier Vanhorick is a Partner at Deloitte and serves as the Global Indirect Tax Digital Leader and Dutch Tax Technology Media and Telecommunication Leader. With over 26 years of experience in Indirect Tax, Rogier is a member of the Global Indirect Tax and Digital Tax executive committees, reporting directly to the Deloitte Global Tax board. He specializes in international VAT and Indirect Tax technology issues, and has advised major technology and platform companies, banks and fintech, and multinational companies in other areas. Rogier is also a lecturer at the University of Rotterdam and the University of Amsterdam, and has worked with policy makers and lobby organizations to draft new legislation in particular areas.
- Arian Kaandorp is Director at Deloitte Consulting’s Finance & Performance group in the Netherlands. He has more than 20 years’ experience in managing (Digital) Finance Transformation programs and is experienced in the Consumer industry. He leads the Lights Out Finance (Order-to-Cash, Purchase-to-Pay and Record-to-Report) market offering in the Netherlands. Arian is also a guest lecturer at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.