EXPP Summit 2012, en Berlín, el 24 y 25 de septiembre de 2012

Este año, el EXPP Summit, la cumbre anual de facturación electrónica organizada por Billentis (que en 2011 tuvo lugar en Barcelona) se celebrará en Berlín el 24 y 25 de septiembre de 2012.

En el web de expp-summit está disponible la agenda provisional en PDF. Está abierta la inscripción y la reserva de hotel (Hilton Berlin).

A grandes rasgos se resume la situación actual de la agenda a continuación:

View preliminary agenda as PDF
Chairman’s opening address

  • Market status
  • Current trends
    Bruno Koch, Billentis, Switzerland

E-Invoicing experience in an international company

  • E-Invoice project and objectives at Roche Diagnostics
  • Challenges in a large organization
  • E-Invoicing – more than just sending electronic bills instead of paper
  • Lessons learned
  • Status, next milestones and international plans
    Christian Czaja, Head of Process Integration, EMEA, Roche Diagnostics GmbH, Germany

From E-Invoicing to the full E-Procurement chain

  • Political context and actions of the Commission to support the transition towards full E-Procurement in the EU
  • Cooperation with standardisation bodies and results
  • The open-source E-Procurement platform
  • E-Procurement roll-out in the EU Institutions
  • The challenges of pre-awarding
  • Supporting European public administrations in adopting E-Procurement
    Angelo Tosetti, Head of Unit Information systems for Policy support, Grant Management and E-Procurement, DG for Informatics, European Commission, Belgium

Standardizing E-Invoice infrastructure across some 500.000 companies in the nordics

  • Community value proposition from a ERP region market leader
  • Platform standardization of the community
  • Applying a value chain approach to E-Invoicing within the invoicing and purchase-to-pay process
  • Business benefits and opportunities
    Ulf Bjornvold, Product Management Executive, Visma Software International AS, Norway

Eliminating paper from accounts payable – an exploration of Siemens’ journey towards 100% E-Invoicing adoption

  • Implementing truly a global solution
  • Over 20 countries live and paperless in four continents
  • Experiences and lessons learned
    Karin Springer, Manager of Standardisation and Automation, Siemens, Germany

E-Invoicing in public administration – German government’s approach

  • European and national context
  • Expected cost reductions and added values
  • Pilot-project on E-Invoicing
  • Objectives after the pilot
    Beate Lohmann, Director-General for administrative modernization and administrative organization, Federal Ministry of the Interior, Germany

Chile as Latin American innovator for Electronic Invoicing

  • Model defined by the Tax Administration (SII) in collaboration with representative private companies
  • Wide spectrum of electronic tax documents (invoices, receipts, export documents, accounting reports, among others)
  • Great impulse to electronic commerce in the country
  • Useful tool for small business
    Marcela Lacoste, IT Business Office Head “Servicio de Impuestos Internos” (SII), Chile

Breakout-Session – E-Invoicing in Russia

  • – Presentation
  • Overview of the current legislation in the sphere of electronic documents
  • National peculiarities: we are different
  • New possibilities for European companies
  • Customer cases: pioneer companies using E-Invoicing
    Anna Grigorchuk, Partnership Coordinator, SKB Kontur, Russia- Roundtable discussion
  • Anna Grigorchuk, Partnership Coordinator, SKB Kontur, Russia
  • Maximilian Musselius, CEO, ECR, Russia
  • Tapani Turunen, Development Director, Tieto, Finland

Update on global trends and developments in the legislative framework (EU and beyond)

  • Overview of current legislation in the field of E-Invoicing and E-Archiving in the EU
  • Legislation in move: Directive 2010/45/EU and how the new rules are being implemented in each of the EU Member States
  • The broader picture: global E-Invoicing developments
  • Link to business controls & E-Auditing
    Christoph Zenner, Partner Indirect Taxes PwC, Leader PwC E-Invoicing & E-Archiving Network, BelgiumPanel discussion

Legislation in move – the appropriate methods to ensure tax compliant E-Invoices

  • With
    Bo Harald, Chairman of the former EC Expert Group on E-Invoicing, Finland
    Jan Wendenburg, Founding Board Member, Digital Trust and Compliance Europe, Germany
    Pieter Breyne, Director, PwC, Belgium
    – and many others

Why banks should revisit E-Invoicing

  • Banks remain interested in E-Invoicing yet most fail to build a business case for it
  • Taking the bigger picture seeing what E-Invoicing enables is key
  • Banks can partner with E-Invoicing service providers to achieve this
    – but run the risk of being left behind if they don’t
  • The way forward for banks
    Gareth Lodge, Senior Analyst, Celent, United Kingdom

What Credit Managers expect of E-Invoicing

  • A typical invoice despatch process today
  • How E-Invoicing improves receivables
  • E-Invoicing in SSC environment
  • The business case
    Mark Harrison, Chief Executive, Czech Republic Institute of Credit Management, Czech Republic

Electronic Invoicing at Pemex – Evolution and Increase of value proposition

  • E-Invoicing as an essential enabler of centralized payments
  • Increasing value throughout the use of electronic documents
  • Integration with business partners, a win-win solution
  • Evolution, transparency and environmental impact of electronic invoicing
    Carlos Martínez, Treasury Manager, Petroleos Mexicanos, Mexico

International supplier activation program

  • Kinnarps environment and solution requirements for E-Invoicing
  • Re-designed process with E-Invoicing and resulting efficiency increase
  • Supplier on-boarding with appropriate solutions for all kind of suppliers
    – PDF-hysteria
  • Lessons lerned – do’s and dont’s
    Anna Roos, Project Manager, Kinnarps, Sweden

User Forum: fiction and reality

  • Innovators discuss about the early days of their E-Billing/E-Invoicing projects, past expectations, where they are today and where they intend to go in the near future.
    Liliana Rulevskaya, Process Manager, Deere & Company, Germany
    Brian Thumwood, e-Billing Program Manager, DHL Express Europe,
    The Netherlands
    – and many others

Keep it simple – 100% E-Invoicing is possible

  • The real value comes from streamlined processes
  • Improved integration with customers and suppliers
  • Structured invoice information instead of PDFs
    Ritva Takalo, Vice President, Credit Agricole, Sweden

Paperless invoicing – reducing environmental impact and saving costs

  • There is no conflict between sustainable consumption and
    business growth
  • Sending invoices electronically is more than just the paper we save
  • Legal regulations regarding E-Invoicing in Poland
  • Key factors of successful E-Invoicing project
    Sylwia Szlezak, Corporate Customer Service and Master Data Manager, Unilever, Poland

Roundtable: Is there any downside in sending PDF invoices?

  • Market preferences for structured electronic and PDF invoices in different countries and industry segments
  • Advantages and disadvantages
  • Which arguments does the market currently accept and which ones does it ignore; background?
  • Shall the market be influenced in one or the other direction? If yes, which methods are appropriate to influence the market in a positive sense?
  • Should solution providers react with changed offerings or mainly influence the market in a visionary sense?
    Steen Bøttzau Haunstrup, CEO, Sproom, Denmark
    Mikkel Hippe Brun, Chief Strategy Officer Co-founder, Tradeshift, Denmark
    Philipp Mohs, Director, Head of Finance International, Swiss International Air Lines Ltd., Switzerland
    – and many others

Standards: barrier or enabler for E-Invoicing?

  • The value of standards
  • The cost of standards
  • The options before us
  • A parting vision
    Tim McGrath, Vice chair UN/CEFACT and OASIS UBL, Australia

The role of E-Invoicing standards in France

  • E-Invoicing formats authorized today on the French market by the tax laws : EDI and signed files
  • GS1 standards for E-Invoicing : legal and business requirements
  • Local actions to deploy E-Invoicing, especially towards SMEs (through signed PDF and Web-EDI)
  • French market outlook : how E-Invoicing is deployed today (users, volumes).
    Alexandre Rieucau, Members Relations Manager, GS1 France, France

Driving eBilling and ePayment in established companies with legacy systems

  • How established companies (utilities/telecoms/insurance/credit) can migrate to eBilling and ePayment
  • How far down the eBIlling route do you need to go?
  • New customers are of the internet generation
  • Faster revenue collection through ePayment and eBanking
  • Managed and measurable transformation
  • Consumer choice for traditional versus eBilling delivery
    Clifford Wetherall, Group Operations and Billing Director, Telecom Plus PLC – The Utility Warehouse, UK

Chairman’s market outlook and closing remarks

  • Bruno Koch, Billentis, Switzerland

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