Malaysia e-Invoicing

Choose the right e-Invoicing add-on:

Supporting seamless processes from ERP to governmental authorities. 


Let us Guide you with E-Invoicing Compliance

Two formats are available for transmitting e-Invoice data:

Option 1: Direct integration via API

this option directly links up your Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) to IRB's MyInvois System.

Why choose this option

  1. Additional modules offered by ERP to meet e-Invoicing requirements
  2. Company’s preference on in-house solution integrator

Option 2: Integration through middleware

This option uses a middleware to connect to IRB's MyInvois System.

Why choose this option

  1. Comprehensive offering for end-to-end e-Invoicing compliance
  2. Viability to make multiple changes expected throughout the implementation phases - limited changes in ERP
  3. E-reporting capabilities

e-Invoicing Implementation Timeline in Malaysia

According to the 2023 Budget, a phased introduction of e-Invoicing is confirmed by the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia (IRBM). The shared implementation dates by IRBM are in the following: 
Phase 1 August 1, 2024
Phase 2 January 1, 2025
Phase 3 July 1, 2025

Taxpayers with annual income or sales exceeding RM100 million. 

Note: Taxpayers can voluntarily participate in the implementation at an earlier date, regardless of annual turnover or revenue 

The benefits




How can KVP-Solution help you?:

1) For SAP ERP

KVP partners with Rizing for SAP ERP via DRC on-premise, in the cloud or a direct integration via customisation. 

2) Upgrade accounting / ERP system

Want to upgrade your accounting? Consider SAP S4 for your business. 
Further we offer an SME Cloud ERP / Accounting solution named Acumatica Cloud ERP, which is ready for e-invoicing. 

3) Custom integration

Our fentu connect can be used to convert files from your Accounting or ERP solution and converts it into the required XML format. It is transmittable through the Peppol Network by Access Point Providers.



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