For Companies utilising Dot Matrix printers that cannot support printing QR Codes necessary for e-invoices, How?

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The guidelines do not specify a direct solution for this specific scenario for companies using dot matrix printers that cannot support printing QR codes required for e-invoices.

However, moving towards e-invoicing implies shifting from traditional printing to digital formats.

One solution could be to transition to digital e-invoices that include the QR code and can be sent electronically to customers.

This would bypass the need for a dot matrix printer altogether.

If printing is necessary, upgrading to a printer capable of handling QR codes would be advisable. The guidelines encourage using e-invoices in XML or JSON format for IRBM’s validation and allow these validated e-invoices to be converted into visual presentations (e.g., PDFs) that can include QR codes.

Then, can I send customers e-invoices in soft copy (via email or WhatsApp)?

Yes, you can send customers e-invoices in soft copy (via email or WhatsApp).

The implementation of e-invoicing allows for e-invoices to be issued in digital formats, such as XML or JSON, and these can be converted into a visual presentation (e.g., PDF) to be sent to customers.

This means that hard-copy invoices can be replaced with soft copies, and it is optional to furnish customers with a hard copy as long as the e-invoice contains all the required information and complies with the guidelines.

This shift minimises business disruption and facilitates a smoother transition to e-invoicing.

对于使用点阵式打印机、无法支持打印电子发票所需的 QR 码的公司,指南没有为这种特定情况规定直接的解决方案。


一种解决方案是过渡到包含 QR 码的数字电子发票,并以电子方式发送给客户。



指南鼓励使用 XML 或 JSON 格式的电子发票进行 IRBM 验证,并允许将这些经验证的电子发票转换为可包含 QR 码的可视化演示文稿(如 PDF)。



电子发票的实施允许以 XML 或 JSON 等数字格式开具电子发票,并可将其转换为可视化演示文稿(如 PDF)发送给客户。



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