This is how companies implement the new requirements – eCommerce Magazin

Syntax, IT service provider and managed cloud provider, points out new legal requirements for intra-trade statistics and customs declarations that will come into force on January 1, 2022. These require an adaptation of the SAP systems. Both customs declarations and Intrastat entry and dispatch declarations must contain additional data from the coming year. These could previously be reported voluntarily and must be reported from January 1, 2022. Here are the most important changes to the SAP systems:

  • With the customs declaration and Intrastat entry and dispatch declarations, new “types of business” must be applied.
  • For shipments to EU member states In future, the origin details of the goods must also be given.
  • Also the sales tax identification number of the trading partner in the importing Member State must from now on always be reported.
  • Messages may no longer be combined.

Intra-trade statistics: timely implementation of the changes

“Our customers, whose SAP systems we support as part of our application management services, don’t have to worry. We always keep an eye on such new requirements and implement them on time, ”explains Torsten Knapp, Director ERP Services at Syntax. “We recommend that all other SAP users familiarize themselves quickly with the new legal requirements, implement the SAP instructions and test the system. In the year-end business and at the turn of the year there is often little time – and anyone who does not follow the regulations in due time in the new year must expect problems from the authorities. ”

syntax is an IT service provider and one of the leading managed cloud providers for enterprise critical applications. The company was founded in 1972 and is headquartered in Montreal, Canada. In March 2019, with the former Freudenberg IT (FIT) and the US AWS provider Emeraldcube, two IT companies were integrated into the Syntax organization. (sg)

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