E-invoice sending service

E-invoice submission at a maximum speed!

With Omniva

  • It is faster by up to 53%*
  • Your company will have no IT concerns!
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*Source: Study performed by Ernst & Young Baltic AS in cooperation with the Ministry of Finances „Transition to machine-readable e-invoices between the public and private sector (readiness and requirements)“, 2014.

Technical requirements of the service

  • The details for e-invoice sending shall comply with the rules and the uniform standard approved by the Association of Lithuanian Banks available at www.lba.lt. This will allow your company to standardize this process by introducing the technical solution.
  • You will have to provide the details for e-invoice sending in XML format data file in a manner convenient for you: via Swedbank Internet Bank for Business, using Swedbank Gateway service or involving an intermediary (operator). You will select the issuance channel when signing the agreement.
  • The company must ensure the communication to the Bank of correct details of a customer necessary for generating an e-invoice. E-invoice issuance address – the bank account number in IBAN format indicated in the customer’s application for receiving e-invoices.

Opportunities for your customers

  • Your customer can submit an e-invoice receiving application via the Internet Bank, calling at 1884 or 1633, or at a branch of the Bank or payee.
  • Your customer receives e-invoices via the Internet Bank, and customers, who do not use the Internet Bank, may acquaint themselves with the e-invoice payment details at the Bank’s branch.
  • Your customer, on his (her) request, may order the issuance of an e-invoice to another person.
  • Your customer can choose an automated payment of e-invoices or pay an e-invoice himself by an ordinary payment order.
  • Your customers, who don’t have or use the Internet Bank, will be able to order an e-invoice with limited information and conclude an automated payment agreement at the Bank’s branch.

Other advantages

  • You can choose one bank for e-invoice sending, and Swedbank will guarantee the transmission of e-invoices to customers of other banks.
  • E-invoice corresponds to the original e-invoice and may be imported to the accounting systems of customers – legal persons.

E-invoice submission and payment

  • With a view to ensuring the timely payment of e-invoices, submit an e-invoice 3 (three) working days in advance, but no later than 2 (two) calendar days before the payment day specified in the e-invoice.
  • When concluding an automated payment agreement, your customer himself (herself) chooses the payment day from three possible dates: 2 days after the e-invoice submission day, 2 days before the payment day specified in the e-invoice and the payment day specified in the e-invoice (the last day of the payment term).
  • If the Bank, when executing the payment according to the automated payment agreement, does not find the required amount of funds on the payment day selected by the customer, the Bank shall check your customer’s account on the same day + 2 more days.
  • For withdrawal of the submitted e-invoice, you should send a credit e-invoice the preparation conditions of which are available in the technical standard.
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