Tungsten Corporation has announced it is now compliant for e-Invoicing in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
After completing a thorough review of Emirati commercial law, Tungsten e-Invoicing network built on OB10, will enable customers to send and receive electronic invoices that qualify as a legal invoice in the UAE.
“Tungsten Network is continuing its multi-million pound investment programme to help our buyer and supplier customers achieve global compliance across their invoice-automation programmes,” says Edmund Truell, Group CEO, Tungsten Corporation. “A number of our major clients have identified the UAE as a key market, and we’re delighted to deliver this important territory to them as we help them trade with confidence.”
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