MessageXchange has been certified by the Australian and New Zealand Peppol authorities, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) respectively, as the first Peppol Access Point service provider for e-invoicing in Australia and New Zealand. Estimates indicate e-invoicing could save the Australian economy alone $28 billion over ten years.
MessageXchange today announced the successful demonstration of end-to-end transactions between the Australian Government and a private sector recipient using the new Australian e-invoicing standard. The Australian Government’s Department of Industry, Innovation and Science used MessageXchange, an Australian-developed cloud service, to securely deliver a test e-invoice to a grant recipient. The e-invoice was the first of its kind to be sent by an Australian Government department.
MessageXchange has today announced that it has hit a new milestone in growth, passing 100 million transactions per annum. The MessageXchange cloud based service powers several of Australia’s largest supply chains, encompassing transactions from business that include Target, Harvey Norman, Australia Post, The Good Guys, Reece, Telstra, and Costco. MessageXchange is the product of over 10 years of sustained Australian research and development. The innovative cloud platform has been developed and is operated by eVision, an Australian software developer that has pioneered cloud based B2B technologies since 1996.
MessageXchange is a cloud based platform for businesses that need to automatically exchange business transaction information with their partners, suppliers, and customers. MessageXchange is the product of over 10 years of sustained Australian research and development, employing 27 people in Melbourne.