Technology Update
Our present is the best guarantee for the future

Shared Services Center - How to adapt to tax compliance in LATAM?


More and more multinationals around the world are deciding to centralize their tax systems and operations through what are designated Shared Services Centers. The aim is to enhance efficiency and save on economic costs. However, many of these centers find it hard to comply with certain regulations, such as electronic invoicing or e-accounting, especially in Latin American countries.

Mexico, Brazil, Chile and Argentina already require taxpayers to use e-invoicing to prevent tax evasion and boost efficiency. Other countries, such as Colombia, will also be rolling out this system in the near future.  The difficulty for Shared Services Centers is that each of these regions demands very different technical and fiscal requirements. Moreover, the standards change and evolve periodically.

How can Shared Services Centers adapt to tax compliance in Latin America?

Think of a multinational that has centralized its systems in a Shared Service Center and has to provide service to its subsidiaries in Mexico, Brazil and Argentina, for example. To streamline tax compliance (invoice, payroll, e-accounting, etc.), EDICOM offers the centers the option of outsourcing these processes through the Global e-Invoicing platform.

The way it works is really simple. This solution is integrated with the centralized information system of the multinational, automating the issuance, delivery, storage and sending of electronic invoices, in accordance with the legislation in force for each subsidiary. The platform is adapted to the requirements of more than 60 countries worldwide. In other words, a single solution is enough to operate in any region.

Bear in mind that thanks to the work of the Permanent Observatory on e-Invoicing, the Global e-Invoicing platform is constantly updated whenever any regulatory change takes place. It also gradually includes the new countries that decide to join this technology. This way, Shared Services Centers always have the guarantee of full compliance with the requirements and regulations of each of the company’s subsidiaries without needing any modification.

With this platform, multinationals can take maximum advantage of the benefits of e-invoicing. In addition, it is possible to achieve the savings and efficiency initially foreseen when rolling out their Shared Services Center.


Would you like to find out more?

Ask for information.


Cloud Computing B2B Cloud Platform EDI ASP-SaaS e-Invoicing GDSN VMI VAN OFTP2 AS2 Certification Authority Digital Signature Outsourcing SLA Software EDICOM Events Expert Chat SaaS-ASP Corporate Information GS1 CFDI PAC APP Associated Facturae Data Sync NOM151 partners EDICOM Retail public administrations Acreditations Web Portal EDI NF-e einvoicing Partner Web Portal SAP EDI Health Edicomdata CRP EBI ei Payroll Portal B2B EDICOMNet edi logistics SAFT-PT Ticket Portal Avaluos business@mail EDI Manufacturers CT-e NFS-e TSD epayrolls factura electronica edi automotive customer support center comprobante de pago CAE e-billing DTE e-awb comprobantes fiscales electrónicos nfc-e eaccounting contabilidad electronica CFE comprobante fiscal electronico compliance eAWB retenciones electronicas xml-cargo peppol edicom air iata e-cargo IVA Cargo-XML EDICOMAir SUNAT Perú SEE Business Mail Payrolls recibos de sueldo EDI Auto b2g eprocurement datapool panama sii PCRDD SII AEAT NHS edi academy comercio exterior EDICOM LTA sat paperless mmog OFTP EDI Web colombia CFDI Nóminas DIAN México SAF-T VAT DESADV ASN Fatture B2B Costa Rica Complemento pagos Chorus Pro moda interoperabilidad Cancelación suministro inmediato de información european union digitalización emisión electrónica openpeppol global einvoicing factura electrónica ecuador automotive industry United States and Mexico edicom sii norway VAT compliance tax administration air freight sector UNCTAD aviso de expedición Advanced Shipped Notice Despatch Advice data synchronization peppol network peppol standards peppol european union chile tendencias interoperability interconexión SINTEL Brasil interoperabilidade foreign trade e-procurement trends digitization digital transformation SaaS edicomsii MMOG/LE latam global einvociing cybersecurity EDI financeiro white paper factura electrónica colombia fintech fashion eIDAS e-archiving ebimap SME EDICOMLta e-commerce EDI financiero russia fattura b2b B2B e-Invoicing GDPR RTIR FACe FACeB2B portugal blockchain ItalyNSO business@mailPharma

Follow us on

  • linkedin
  • rss