We are proud to have been named the first OSE, as this achievement not only strengthens our relationship with SUNAT, but also directly benefits our customers.
BOSTON and Peru (PRWEB)
November 08, 2017
In an effort to further close tax loopholes and promote tax compliance across the country, the National Superintendence of Tax Administration (SUNAT) has identified select technology providers – termed Operators of Electronic Services (OSE) – to validate and authorize all invoices submitted by Peruvian companies. Paperless by Sovos, the most popular e-receipts and e-documents solution in Latin America, announced today that it was the first provider to be named as an OSE.
Currently, more than 53,000 companies in Peru utilize electronic invoices to comply with tax rules in real time, but the SUNAT’s goal is to enroll 90,000 more small and mid-size companies in e-invoice compliance by 2018. To make the transition as smooth as possible, the certified OSE’s will help lead this charge. In order to become an OSE, Paperless by Sovos successfully completed the necessary measures required by the SUNAT, including securing ISO 27001 certification, complying with international standards in information security systems, demonstrating a high level of experience and service, and much more.
“We are proud to have been named the first OSE, as this achievement not only strengthens our relationship with SUNAT, but also directly benefits our customers,” said Alfredo Guardiola, CEO of Paperless. “We’re at the forefront of regulatory changes imposed by the governments across Latin America, and we will continue to enhance the processing of electronic tax documents for our clients, offering them greater speed, security and scalability while ensuring they stay compliant.”
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