The e-invoices infrastructure is established within the already used electronic channels, so there is no additional investment into the system.
More than 90% of Slovenian companies is already managing its bank accounts using electronic banks, so the users’ knowledge of electronic payments is extremely high. Therefore, there is no need for additional training of company employees.
Recipients of data on e-invoices do not need to manually enter them into their information system. With most recipients, their modern information system (e.g. SAP, Navision, Pantheon etc.) is already connected with the electronic bank, so the import of data from the e-invoice to the information system is simple.
Customers who issue a smaller number of e-invoices can enter them manually within Hal E-Bank, which can be done in the same way as entering a payment order.
The public sector is by far the largest business partner of the national economy, since 45-65% of all companies in the country supply the public sector and issue invoices. That is why Hal E-bank is an ideal channel for sending electronic invoices to the public sector.