Webinar On-Demand: Are you compliant with Mexico's new eCancellation Requirement?

November 30, 2018
Starting November 1st, 2018, Mexico’s eInvoicing cancellation process is no longer a unilateral decision by issuers; before the issuer can cancel an invoice, they must send a request of cancelation to the receiver.
 
Transaction parties — issuer and receptor — must provide requests and approvals using the Buzón Tributario (Mexico’s fiscal email) or new web service available. What this new process means is that vendors must send a notification to their clients before cancelling an invoice. The client then must accept or reject the cancellation via the portal or the new web service within 72 hours. If the client does not respond, the invoice will be cancelled.
 
Why watch this webinar on-demand?:
  • Learn how to streamline your AR and AP processes and minimize manual errors
  • See how you can keep processes and data within your current SAP eInvoicing solution
  • Learn about Sovos' new Mexico eCancellations SAP Framework Automation offering

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