As most of you know, the Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority (ZATCA) in the KSA had mandated businesses to adopt e-invoicing starting 4 December 2021. Using Zoho Books, businesses were able to stay compliant with these regulations and have been issuing e-invoices to their customers. One of the key components of an e-invoice is the QR code. Scanning the QR code helps businesses validate the e-invoice and get the details of the invoice.
We have launched the E-invoice QR Reader app in the iOS and iPadOS App Store to help businesses in the KSA to validate and verify the e-invoices that they receive from their vendors.
Using the E-invoice QR Reader app, you can quickly scan the QR codes on e-invoices and know if it’s a valid e-invoice. Also, you can retrieve details such as:
Invoice Total, and
Invoice VAT Total
Other Key Features
Use the app in Arabic: If you prefer to use your apps in Arabic instead of English, you can use the E-invoice QR Reader in Arabic by changing the language in Settings.
Support for Dark Mode: The app allows you to switch to dark mode when you need it so that it’s easy on your eyes.
Dynamic Font: The app uses the font that you’ve set for your iPhone or iPad.
How to get started?
This app is available in the App Store of iOS and iPadOS. Go to the App Store and download the app to start scanning.
Alternatively, you can scan the following QR code to view the app on your device’s App Store.
Try the app and let us know what you like or don’t like in the comments below.