- Tax representative information
- Third-Party-Providers (TPP)
- Three Corner Model
- Three-way match
- Total Invoice Management
- Trading party
- Two Corner, Bilateral, or Direct Model
Tax representative informationLast modified on: 31/08/22
is information which may appear in an invoice relating to an appointed tax representative acting on behalf of a trading party and which becomes engaged in the invoicing process for specific tax purposes.
Third-Party-Providers (TPP)Last modified on: 31/08/22
Provide services which are based on access to payment accounts provided by a PSP who is not the ‘account servicing’ PSP (ASPSP), in the form of payment initiation services and/or account information services. AISPs and PISPs are examples of TPPs for PSD2.
Three Corner ModelLast modified on: 31/08/22
is an arrangement a where single service provider connects both the supplier and the buyer to its platform to offer e-invoicing and other supply chain services.
Three-way matchLast modified on: 31/08/22
is a system for processing a supplier’s invoice that ensures a transaction is complete and correct. Matching takes place between the purchase order, the delivery note or other evidence of receipt, and the invoice itself. For the ‘business controls’ method of proving the authenticity and Integrity of an invoice a three-way match is often employed.
TimestampingLast modified on: 31/08/22
in computing timestamping refers to the use of an electronic timestamp to provide a temporal order among a set of events. Timestamping techniques are used in a variety of computing fields, from network management and computer security to concurrency control.
Total Invoice ManagementLast modified on: 31/08/22
is a service model where a service provider agrees to handle and deliver or collect all the invoices generated or received by a customer, regardless of their form and whether paper or electronic.
Trading partyLast modified on: 31/08/22
is the buyer or seller in a commercial transaction.
TransmissionLast modified on: 31/08/22
in e-invoicing is delivery (including sending and receiving), presentation, or the ‘making available’ of invoices in a timely and secure manner between trading parties and any third parties acting on their behalf.
Two Corner, Bilateral, or Direct ModelLast modified on: 31/08/22
is an arrangement where invoice transmission takes place on a direct connection basis between the trading parties. The trading parties may use a third party service or solution provider or SaaS to provide the functionality.