e-Invoicing in Saudi Arabia

Seamless generation of ZATCA Phase II e-invoices

Our ZATCA compliant solution is developed for all Phase II waves & integrates with any ERP - making us the most sought after cloud e-invoicing software in the market.

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$300B +

Worth e-invoices generated annually

125M +

e-Invoices generated
annually

3M +

man hours saved per month

Get Phase II compliant e-invoicing solution

Cloud based product for facilitating generation of e-invoices as per ZATCA guidelines

Seamless government interactions with auto-retries, translation and other value-added features

e-Archival as a service for data storage and retrieval as per the government guidelines

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We'll be there to meet every ERP requirement of your business. Here's what else we can do for you.

Offline POS
Application

Generate e-invoices on POS systems which are not connected online (continuously) and do not have an inbuilt E-Invoicing solution

VAT
Automation

Our cloud-based solution simplifies VAT compliance, VAT filing, and audit processes. Reconcile between your sales invoices and ZATCA e-invoices.

Accounts Payable
Automation

Process B2B e-invoices from phases 1 & 2 vendors digitally, enhancing warehouse efficiency and payment planning.

UI-Based
Invoice Creation

Say goodbye to errors! Easily generate missed invoices, make corrections, and enjoy the convenience of auto-calculations.

E-Invoice Presentment
& Payment Tracking

Allow your buyers to view and settle invoices seamlessly, enabling efficient tracking and management of receivables.

Account Receivables
& Vendor Portal

Provide your vendors with a dedicated platform to streamline their invoicing and payment processes.

Here’s what our clients say

We appreciate ClearTax for successfully completing the complex ZATCA E-Invoicing Phase II Integration project. Their platform enabled seamless management of multiple business units and VAT identifiers across Oracle systems. Kudos to the team for their exceptional efforts and timely delivery.

Abdulbary Atassi

CIO, Zamil Industrial

Implementing e-invoicing for RMDK Saudi Arabia was a challenging project. ClearTax Team was readily available whenever we needed and was proactive in assisting us in every step of the way. Further, ClearTax platform is extremely user friendly and intuitive. This made end user training, data validation & e-invoice generation convenient

Rangana Kandambi

Business Analyst, RMD Kwikform

We really appreciate your hard work and dedication in getting e-invoice implemented on time. I know it was not simple given the complexities we have in our business models however, ClearTax team were super active in providing 100% support and ensuring timely compliance. Thank you for the effort and GREAT JOB!

Lucio Scordio

Admin Manager, SICIM

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Here's the latest on ZATCA e-invoicing and other guidelines

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17 November 2023

ZATCA determines the criteria for Wave 9 for integration phase of e-invoicing
ZATCA has outlined the criteria for selecting participants in the 9th wave of the 'Integration phase' or 'Phase II E-invoicing.' Those who meet the criteria must integrate their E-invoicing solutions with ZATCA by June 1, 2024, for wave 9. Taxpayers with VAT-subject revenues surpassing 30 Million Saudi Riyals (in 2021 or 2022) fall within the scope of wave 9. For Phase II, wave 9 customers are required to connect their ERP/POS with ZATCA servers using a middleware API, create E-invoices in XML or PDF/A3 format, and generate a universally unique identifier (UUID), cryptographic stamp, hash, and QR code

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Aug 18, 2023

ZATCA announces Wave 8 of ZATCA Phase II E-invoicing
ZATCA has announced the criteria for selecting taxpayers in the eighth wave of the 'Integration phase' or ‘Phase II E-invoicing’. Taxpayers meeting the criteria are expected to integrate their E-invoicing solutions with ZATCA starting 1 March 2024 for wave 8. Taxpayers whose revenues subject to VAT exceed 40 Million Saudi Riyals (during 2021 or 2022) will come under wave 8. ZATCA Phase II will require wave 8 customers to integrate their ERP/POS with ZATCA servers using a middleware API, generate E-invoices in XML or PDF/A3 format, generate universally unique identifier (UUID), cryptographic stamp, hash and QR codes

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June 16, 2023

ZATCA announced the extension of "Cancellation of Fines and Exemption of Penalties initiative
ZATCA has announced an extension of the initiative until 31 May 2023, with the aim of assisting eligible taxpayers in mitigating the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to ZATCA, the extension aims to provide support to taxpayers who meet the necessary requirements. Additionally, ZATCA has clarified that the exemption decision covers various fines, including those for late registration in all tax systems, late payment, late filing of returns in all tax systems, fines related to correcting VAT returns, and fines associated with violations of VAT field control pertaining to the implementation of e-invoicing regulations and other general regulations.

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June 16, 2023

ZATCA announces Wave 5, 6 and 7 of ZATCA Phase II E-invoicing
ZATCA has announced the criteria for selecting taxpayers in the fifth, sixth and seventh wave of the 'Integration phase' or ‘Phase II E-invoicing’. Taxpayers meeting the criteria are expected to integrate their E-invoicing solutions with ZATCA starting 1 December 2023 for wave 5, 1 January 2024 for wave 6 & 1 February 2024 for wave 7. Taxpayers whose revenues subject to VAT exceeded 100 Million Saudi Riyals, 70 Million Saudi Riyals and 50 Million Saudi Riyals (during 2021 or 2022) will come under wave 5, 6 & 7 respectively. ZATCA Phase II will require wave 5, 6 & 7 customers to integrate their ERP/POS with ZATCA servers using a middleware API, generate E-invoices in XML or PDF/A3 format, generate universally unique identifier (UUID), cryptographic stamp, hash and QR codes

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April 21, 2023

ZATCA announces Wave 4 of ZATCA Phase II E-invoicing
ZATCA has announced the criteria for selecting taxpayers in the fourth wave of the 'Integration phase' or ‘Phase II E-invoicing’. Taxpayers meeting the criteria are expected to integrate their E-invoicing solutions with ZATCA starting 1 November 2023. Taxpayers whose revenues subject to VAT exceeded (150 Million Saudi Riyals) during 2021 or 2022 will come under wave 4. ZATCA Phase II will require wave 4 customers to integrate their ERP/POS with ZATCA servers using a middleware API, generate E-invoices in XML or PDF/A3 format, generate universally unique identifier (UUID), cryptographic stamp, hash and QR codes

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March 24, 2023

ZATCA announces Wave 3 of ZATCA Phase II e-invoicing
ZATCA has announced the criteria for selecting taxpayers in the third wave of the 'Integration phase' or ‘Phase II e-invoicing’. Taxpayers meeting the criteria are expected to integrate their E-invoicing solutions with ZATCA starting 1 October 2023. Taxpayers whose revenues subject to VAT exceeded (250 Million Saudi Riyals) during 2021 or 2022 will come under wave 3. ZATCA Phase II will require wave 3 customers to integrate their ERP/POS with ZATCA servers using a middleware API, generate e-invoices in XML or PDF/A3 format, generate universally unique identifier (UUID), cryptographic stamp, hash and QR codes

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Dec 23, 2022

ZATCA announces Wave 2 of ZATCA Phase II e-invoicing
ZATCA has announced the implementation of the 'Linking and Integration phase' for e-invoicing to start on 1 July 2023, with the establishments that are selected within the second group. They have emphasised that the establishments included in the second group were identified based on the standard of the volume of revenues subject to VAT for the year 2021, & whose revenues exceed half a billion riyals (500M SAR)

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Nov 30, 2022

ZATCA has now announced the "Cancellation of Fines and Exemption of Penalties initiative" for taxpayers
The Authority announced the extension of "Cancellation of Fines and Exemption of Penalties initiative" for taxpayers who are subject to all tax systems, for an additional period of six months, beginning on 1 December 2022, ending on 31 May 2023.​The Authority stated that the initiative's extension is motivated by a desire to help taxpayers who meet the requirements benefit from it to reduce the consequences of the covid-19 pandemic.The Authority has also clarified that the fines covered by the exemption decision, according to the Authority, include fines for late registration in all tax systems, late payment, late filing of returns fines in all tax systems, and fines to correct VAT returns, as well as fines for violations of VAT field control related to applying the e-invoicing regulations and other general regulations.

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July 2, 2022

ZATCA exempts taxpayers from wide scale fines and financial penalties
The Zakat, Tax, and Customs Authority (ZATCA) announced an initiative to suspend fines and penalties for taxpayers subject to all tax laws in the Kingdom, starting from 1 June 2022 until 30 November 2022.

Following fines have been included in the exemption decision:

  1. Penalties imposed for late registration in all tax systems;
  2. Late payments fines;
  3. Late submission of the declaration in all tax systems;
  4. Late correcting fines of the declaration for value-added tax;
  5. Fines related to the violations of electronic invoicing provisions and other general provisions of the value-added tax law.

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June 24, 2022

ZATCA has defined taxpayers who are required to comply with Phase II
On 24 June 2022, ZATCA announced that taxpayers with annual revenues subject to VAT exceeding SAR 3 billion (ca. EUR 750 million) would be included in the first wave of businesses to comply with Phase 2 e-invoicing requirements. Businesses included in the first integration will have to comply with Phase 2 requirements, starting from 1 January 2023 and no later than 30 June 2023.

Taxpayers falling in this wave should fully meet all ZATCA e-invoicing requirements and fully integrate all their electronic solutions with ZATCA systems by the end of the above-mentioned date. Taxpayers not compliant by 1 July 2023 will face penalties.

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June 1, 2022

ZATCA Initiates Procedures for Implementing Phase II (Integration Phase)
ZATCA has revealed that the implementation of Phase Two (Integration Phase) of e-invoicing project will begin on 1st of January 2023 with the selected taxpayers in the first wave, while stressing that the taxpayers in the first wave were selected based on the revenue subject to VAT for the year of 2021 exceeding (3 billion) SAR.

ZATCA has stated that Phase Two (Integration Phase) requires additional requirements, the most prominent are to integrate taxpayer's e-invoicing solutions with ZATCA's Platform (FATOORA), issue electronic invoices based on a specific format, and include additional fields in the invoice. Furthermore, Phase Two (Integration Phase) of e-invoicing would take place gradually and into waves, and ZATCA would inform the following waves directly at least six months before their integration date.

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