Fonoa selected for French e-invoicing pilot program
Fonoa has been selected to participate in the highly anticipated pilot program for e-invoicing in France.
The Ministry of the Economy and Finance noted in its decision that Fonoa’s application was “excellent” and that its participation is viewed as a “priority”.
As a pilot program participant, Fonoa will be one of the first service providers to test the e-invoicing system. The scope of the testing will cover both sending and receiving invoices through the public platform (PPF) and through third party partner e-invoicing platforms (PDPs).
The first-hand knowledge gained during this phase will be essential to building a robust e-invoicing platform for France. Fonoa has applied to be recognized as a partner e-invoicing platform (PDP) in France and is committed to providing the best solution on the market.
Fonoa's selection for this program underscores its commitment to providing businesses with reliable, state-of-the-art tax compliance solutions. The company's track record of success in the field, coupled with this latest endorsement from the French tax authorities, positions Fonoa as a trusted partner for businesses seeking seamless, compliant invoicing solutions.
As a reminder, the revised dates for the French e-invoicing mandate are as follows:
- September 1, 2026: Large and mid-sized companies must comply with the e-invoicing and e-reporting mandates, and all taxpayers must have the capability to receive electronic invoices.
- September 1, 2027: Small and medium-sized companies must fully comply with the e-invoicing and e-reporting mandates.
- In both phases, the dates may be adjusted by one quarter if necessary, considering the significance of these changes for businesses.
As the e-invoicing pilot program progresses, Fonoa looks forward to contributing its expertise and further advancing the adoption of digital invoicing practices in France and beyond.
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