Interoperability is the term used when e-invoicing service providers establish a connection that enables traffic to and from their individual platforms. The connections let service providers send and receive electronic business documents such as e-orders and e-invoices on behalf of their respective customers.
Simpler said: without these connections, systems and platforms would not be able to ‘talk’ with each other. That means that good interoperability is necessary is a business wants to ensure that its e-invoicing processes with customers and suppliers are running smoothly.
This article explains how interoperability helps you connect to your business partners and the benefits of choosing an open business network. It can be found HERE.