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E-invoicing as a starting point for digital transformation is great, but companies have to ensure that the invoicing solution is compatible with their business model. [shutterstock: 1117264841, Mehaniq]

E-invoicing as a starting point for digital transformation is great, but companies have to ensure that the invoicing solution is compatible with their business model. [shutterstock: 1117264841, Mehaniq]

E-Invoicing: Compatibility And Digitalisation

The trend of e-invoicing has been growing fast over the past couple of years. Companies can see this development in an increasing number of invoice formats and country-specific transmission regulations.

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In combination with historical license and contract knowledge, existing SAP customers can count their licenses and have them be assessed by experts - and save money! [shutterstock: 793237669, lovelyday12]

In combination with historical license and contract knowledge, existing SAP customers can count their licenses and have them be assessed by experts - and save money! [shutterstock: 793237669, lovelyday12]

Count And Save

In combination with historical license and contract knowledge, the "transparent“ existing SAP customer can, with the help of USMM and LAW, count their licenses and have them be assessed by experts - and save money! However, SAP can use said knowledge for evaluating Indirect Access. Virtually everything is possible. In this text, Stefan Autengruber, SAP Licensing Expert at License Ethics, and Peter Färbinger, E-3 Editor-in-Chief, share their perspectives on SAM tools and Indirect Access.

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The new SAP licensing model leaves room for interpretation. More audits may be incoming for SAP customers. [shutterstock:788799925, Robert Kneschke]

The new SAP licensing model leaves room for interpretation. More audits may be incoming for SAP customers. [shutterstock:788799925, Robert Kneschke]

SAP Licensing: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde?

Since the 10th of April of this year, everyone has been talking about the provisional licensing model agreed upon by SAP, ASUG and DSAG. There already is a rudimentary concept, a price list. What is still missing, however, is a technical evaluation.

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