‘‘E-Invoice Period’’ Started in The State Supply Office
Turkey's central purchasing body The State Supply Office (DMO), which meets the needs of public institutions through the online sales portal has has added the E-Invoice System to its electronic services
With the e-invoice application initiated in line with the protocol signed with the PTT, the issuance of printed bills will be terminated from the suppliers who started to use DMO e-invoice, necessary regulations will be made to pass the e-invoice for the suppliers who do not go to e-invoice utilization. The State Supply Office (DMO), will send e-invoice to those who have passed e-invoices from the public institutions and organizations who are customers of DMO, and e-archive bills to those who do not.
With the e-invoice application to be conducted under PTT integration;
As a result of the direct access of the E-invoices to be issued by the suppliers to the DMO system, it is aimed to eliminate of problems such as delay, loss and deliver by hand in the process of taking and sending of paper invoices and errors during invoice processing and reducing of processing time. With the new system, it is aimed to ensure the immediate transmission of e-invoices to the public institutions and organizations, to send e-archive invoices to e-mail addresses of public institutions and organizations immediately which are not included in e-invoice system; to save paper, time and labor by adding DMO sales portal to corporate pages, to eliminate the shipping costs by sending the invoices electronically and to be able to report the statistical information about supply and sales more quickly and accurately.
E-invoice, defined as an electronic document in international standards which cannot be changed or sealed, and includes information on invoices issued on paper, is expected to provide great convenience to suppliers. Especially with its digitally archived structure, which can be accessed immediately and does not require follow-up process, DMO e-Invoice System is an application that saves the business processes of companies and increases productivity.
In 2017, DMO, which performed sales of approximately TL 4 billion, makes out 70,000 invoice annually to public institutions and organizations. Currently, approximately 45% of the existing catalog suppliers use e-invoices. For suppliers who have not yet passed the e-invoice application, it is planned to make the application compulsory. With the application of Healthcare Products Market which takes place in the 100 day Executive Program, it is foreseen that approximately 200.000 invoices will be arranged in digital environment with e-invoice application.
In the DMO, which believes in the importance of digitalization in terms of country and institution, it is aimed to provide significant time and cost savings in the management of operational processes with E-Invoice and E-Archive application, and it is expected that the transition to e-invoice will increase productivity in business management, make significant contributions to invoice printing and shipping, archiving and labor costs.
Any questions about the E-Invoice System, you can send your comments and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Supplier Fact Sheet:
Turkey's central purchasing body The State Supply Office (DMO), which meets the needs of public institutions through the online sales portal was actualised E-Invoice System by adding a new one to electronic services.
With the transition of the DMO (The State Supply Office) to the E-Invoice System, the invoice to be issued for the DMO by the suppliers, which started to use the e-invoice, to To be e-invoice has become obligatory to be e-invoice as of 06.11.2018. Due to reasons such as not updating the systems, invoices of the suppliers who issue e-archive invoices will not be accepted as of 06.11.18. In the e-invoices issued by our suppliers, the order number (‘‘order reference’’) should be filled with the purchase number in the order letters.
Note: In the sent ubl, ''the order number'' corresponds to the field of''order reference''
Note: An example of a purchase order number; “YK_02_K…._0001”, “M00001”