Through our strategic partnership with Acume (previously known as Streamline) Sharp provides Government approved eInvoicing software to businesses around New Zealand.

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The future is here: eInvoicing

New Zealand and Australia are on the cusp of the transition to eInvoicing, the direct exchange of invoice data between suppliers and buyers of financial systems.

eInvoicing is the direct exchange of data between any two accounting systems, that makes doing business smoother, faster and safer. With less manual handling and processing, it can reduce admin, errors and delays – and help speed up processing and payment, to improve business cash flow.



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Apply Business Rules

Enhance your workflow by applying business rules, user roles, approval and notification schemes.  Removing of manual handling reduces room for errors.


Quick Invoice Creation

Create e-invoices quickly and easily with an automated user interface.  Allows you to process invoices quickly preventing issues and delays.



Reduce archiving costs. Store your e-invoices without time limits.

Our e-invoicing’s on-the-go updates and new features keep you up with the play.

eInvoicing your way

Sharp's e-invoicing is the smart way for your business to get started with automation. 

We have pricing and packages for all business sizes and budgets. We offer payment financing, making it easy for you to get started without the burden of high costs.  You’re in safe hands.

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We work with organisations large and small to lighten the back office load

The Trans-Tasman Solution

Our e-invoicing is written to comply with the Australian and New Zealand e-invoicing framework. It works, and always will.


Sharp's e-invoicing is based on high performance, always up-to-date cloud-based technologies.


Our partners have more than 15 years experience in building finance solutions, invoice processing is their home ground.

Integrate e-invoicing into SAP, MYOB, Xero, Quickbooks and any other ERP or accounting system.

Small and Medium size Businesses

eInvoicing brings financial, operational and strategic benefits to businesses of all sizes, by simplifying and automating the exchange and processing of invoices.

Contact us today to enable your current system to activate eInvoicing.

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Large Businesses and Government

As government and large businesses are mainly receivers of large volumes of invoices, significant savings can be realised through reduced processing costs. It can also reduce administrative delays and payment issues. Faster payments and more streamlined processing for your goods and services suppliers can improve trading relationships.

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Free Download: eInvoice Calculator

Download the New Zealand Government's free invoice calculator to see how much you could be saving.

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Frequently asked questions

How much money can eInvoicing save my business?

There have been many studies over the years to understand the costs of manually processing invoices. They show that, based on the average time spent on physically handling each invoice and the cost of labour, a business can expect to pay from $20 to $60 to receive an invoice.

eInvoicing cuts these costs on average by at least 60 percent because it supplies source invoice data from the supplier directly into your AP or ERP system.

Want to figure out the figures for your own organisation? The Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment has an ROI calculator on its eInvoicing website that assumes that average cost of a paper invoice is $25.67, a PDF invoice $23.01 and an eInvoice $7.63. The calculator can be modeled to match your business profile. The numbers are compelling. If you take a business processing 10,000 invoices per annum (833 per month) and only five percent of its suppliers use eInvoicing, the saving is $16,710 per year. If 60 percent of your invoices are eInvoices, the savings grow to $200,520.

Those savings are one of the reasons the New Zealand and Australian governments have got behind eInvoicing and have adopted the PEPPOL standard in both jurisdictions. As a wise man continues to say, the numbers will do the talking.

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