Guillermo Romero Y CIA Partners with Edicom in El Salvador
EDICOM has signed a partnership agreement with the renowned Salvadoran consultancy firm GUILLERMO ROMERO Y CIA, the objective being to offer better service to clients doing business in the country.
In signing this agreement, EDICOM solidifies a local partnership that adds to their service offering first-hand expertise about the requirements of the new Salvadoran electronic invoicing and tax rules.
The Ministry of Finance announced early this year their intention to implement electronic invoicing as one of the initiatives in the Agencia Digital 2020-2030. The project began this month with a pilot in which 50 businesses are participating.
By signing this agreement, EDICOM reinforces their position in Central America and the Caribbean as a leader in electronic invoicing services.
Using EDICOM’s Global e-Invoicing service, multinationals can invoice electronically in more than 70 countries in Europe, Asia, and the Americas – including El Salvador. With more than 20 years of experience in electronic invoicing project implementation, tax compliance, and EDI, EDICOM’s sophisticated technology infrastructure can be integrated with any management system and automates such processes in line with technical and legal requirements in each country. It is a unique service that is constantly evolving and being adapted to changes and new business needs.
GUILLERMO ROMERO Y CIA is a firm with more than 25 years of experience in financial, tax, and other types of audits. They provide these services to the most widely known companies in the Salvadoran business sector.
Their aim is to contribute to the development and growth of large and medium sized businesses, both regional and worldwide corporations. To do so they employ their extensive knowledge of business models, finance, and legal tax frameworks, and offer support based on this experience.
Their principal entity is Guillermo Romero, which has ample experience as a tax advisor to private companies in Mexico, Central America, and the Dominican Republic. The firm also has experience in the public sector, including as Ex-director General of Oversight at the Ministry of Finance of El Salvador, and as a former tax advisor to the tax administrations of Nicaragua, Honduras, and Guatemala.