Free e-invoicing

Send e-invoice to MSB

In collaboration with MSB, The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency, you can use Qvalia for free for your e-invoicing in the Peppol network. It takes just a few minutes to get started.

Invoice requirements

  • MSB only accepts supplier invoices in Peppol BIS Billing 3
  • The Peppol ID for MSB is 0007:2021005984
  • for more information, visit Invoice information

Peppol information

Transport: Peppol
Document type: Peppol BIS Billing 3.0
Peppol ID: 0007:2021005984

Create an account easily

It takes just a few minutes.

1. Go to the registration page
2. Verify your email address
3. Fill in your business and contact details
4. Click ‘Create account’
5. Check your inbox for the confirmation email.
6. Reply emails can take up to 24 hours. Check your spam folder if you have not received your email.
7. Click on the attached link in the email
8. Done

What is e-invoicing?

E-invoicing, or electronic invoicing, involves creating, sending, and receiving invoices in a digital format instead of on paper or as PDF image files via email. E-invoicing can be done in different ways, for example, through cloud-based e-invoicing services like Qvalia or integration. E-invoicing offers many advantages, including increased efficiency, cost savings, and improved data quality. It also helps reduce the use of paper and improves sustainability in invoicing and billing.

Qvalia offers free e-invoicing for small and medium-sized businesses. Get an account at no cost.

What is Peppol?

Peppol is a global business network for exchanging electronic invoices and other documents related to business transactions. It was developed by the European Union to facilitate trade for companies, organizations, and the public sector, even across national borders, by providing a common data format standard and distribution network. In many countries, Peppol is a requirement for B2G transactions.

By using Peppol, companies save time and money in billing and purchasing, and the public sector can increase efficiency and transparency in their procurement processes.