Innovative technologies such as blockchain, robotic process automation (RPA) and artificial intelligence (AI) are at the ready to provide completely new perspectives for the whole E-Invoicing sector.

From May 13 to 15, 2019 the E-Invoicing Exchange Summit Miami once again brings together experts, thought leaders and professionals in E-Invoicing, Purchase-to-Pay (P2P), E-Procurement, Supply Chain Finance and AR/AP. A special highlight is the presentation of Dra. Margarita Ríos-Farjat, the recently appointed head of the Tax Administration Service (SAT), describing Mexico’s E-Invoicing journey so far and Mexico’s future E-Invoicing strategy.

On Monday May 13, the pre-conference day, all delegates are invited to join a dedicated seminar run by Open PEPPOL on “Invoicing with PEPPOL—From a European Start to Global Reach” and the meeting by the Business Payments Coalition E-Invoice Work Group, in which the U.S. requirements for an E-Invoice Interoperability Framework will be discussed. Furthermore, participants can also attend the deep dive workshop “Blockchain for Corporations” held by Enrico Camerinelli, Senior Analyst, Aite Group (USA).

During the two main conference days of the E-Invoicing Exchange Summit Miami the great variety of presentations, user case studies, round-tables and panel discussions ensure everyone’s needs and challenges will be met. In two tracks the participants get an update among other things on the U.S. E-Invoicing standardisation, the design for a global interoperability framework, on technology trends such as RPA and AI as well as on legal identity solutions. In addition, the attendees of the E-Invoicing Exchange Summit Miami are going to learn how to successfully handle real-time E-Invoicing compliance and discover how blockchain technology impacts P2P and Supply Chain Finance.