An important step towards a global standard for electronic invoicing has been taken as the Swedish format Svefaktura will cease to be recommended as a national standard and the support will be discontinued.
As of April 1, 2021, the support for the electronic invoice format Svefaktura will be discontinued and companies using the format are recommended to move to the European Peppol network.
It is now high time for Swedish companies to plan the shift, review processes, and support systems.
The digitization authority DIGG and the industry group SFTI recommend that Swedish organizations and companies move to the international standard Peppol, a future-proofed network with new capabilities and a growing international reach.
Invoices in the Svefaktura format can still be distributed through the operator network, but no further development or support will be maintained by the governing organizations. Companies that still use Svefaktura are exposed to increasing risks of losing data and decreasing operability.
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SFTI has created this mapping guide of Svefaktura 1.0 into Peppol core data model EN 16931-1.
You can learn more about the possibilities of the future of e-invoicing in this ebook.