E-Invoicing mandates on the examples of Germany and Poland: Key Considerations, Opportunities, and Challenges

On-Demand Webinar

With a growing number of countries mandating e-invoicing, staying compliant can feel like a moving target. These mandates aim to streamline processes, improve tax compliance, and combat fraud, but navigating the specifics across borders can be complex.

Germany and Poland are implementing mandatory e-invoicing. Get Prepared Now!

Comarch is here to equip you with the knowledge you need to navigate these transitions with ease. Watch our on-demand webinar to gain insights into the approaching e-invoicing and e-reporting mandates in Germany and Poland.

Learn from our experts about:

  • What e-invoicing is and how it works
  • The challenges and opportunities of e-invoicing regulations in both countries
  • The potential impact of ViDA on the future of e-invoicing in the EU
  • Practical strategies for a smooth transition to e-invoicing

Whether you're a business operating in Germany or Poland, or you're simply looking to stay ahead of the curve on e-invoicing trends, this webinar is a must-watch.


  • Michał Kacperek
    Senior Requirements Engineer 

    Michał works with Comarch from the beginning of 2020 advising companies from the DACH and BeNeLux region within digitization of documents and processes in their organizations. He is responsible for topics related to electronic data interchange e.g. e-invoicing, accounts payable automation, enterprise content management and the related e-invoicing or e-reporting obligations.

  • Rafał Trojanowski
    Head of Legal Compliance at Comarch

    Rafał is an analyst and member of the legal compliance team in the Comarch e-invoicing/EDI Business Unit. He specializes in carrying out data exchange and document management projects in countries where legal policies concerning e-invoicing were introduced.

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