The Finance and Procurement Leaders’ Virtual Roundtable

An exclusive online discussion for senior finance and IT executives across the Middle East

Hosted by Tradeshift, The Finance and Procurement Leaders’ Virtual Roundtable is set up to offer an intimate online forum for senior finance and IT executives across the Middle East.

Our discussions are designed to be very inclusive and interactive, ensuring to leverage the wealth of experience from your senior peers.

Job titles include CFOs, CIOs, Heads of Digital Transformation and other senior decision-makers responsible for overseeing finance and IT across the Middle East. 

Attendance is by invitation only and is, of course, complimentary.

Preparing for the Future: The Impact of Mandatory E-invoicing Regulations in the Middle East

To promote tax compliance, fair competition, and consumer protection, countries such as Saudi Arabia and Egypt have recently announced a mandatory shift to a 100% e-invoicing framework. As continuous transaction control (CTC) gains more foothold, the upcoming transition is a great business opportunity.

While preparing for the next major change in their business infrastructure, companies in the Middle East are leaving behind error-prone and time-consuming manual processes favouring modern solutions. By strategically leveraging cut-edge invoicing platforms, organisations now enjoy robust systems that consolidate communication with customers and suppliers while improving transaction trackability.

  • What is the impact of mandatory e-invoicing on businesses?
  • How can the new regulations indirectly influence relationships with clients and suppliers?
  • What are the advantages of incorporating e-invoicing into trade financing programs?

10:30 am: Introduction by Ortus Club
10:35 am: Short address from Tradeshift
10:45 am: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
11:30 am: Discussion closed by the moderator: Participants move back to the main room
11:35 am: Summary/Conclusion
11:45 am: End of session

Tradeshift drives the innovation of the Supply Chain for a digitally connected economy. As a leader in payments and marketplaces, the company helps buyers and sellers to digitize all their business transactions, collaborate in all processes and connect to any application in the Supply Chain. More than 1.5 million companies in 190 countries rely on Tradeshift to process more than half a billion dollars in value per transaction, making it the largest global commercial network for buying and selling.

Wednesday, 31st of March, 2021

10:30 AM GST


Hosted by:

Martie BautistaThe Finance and Procurement Leaders’ Roundtable