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Paper-Free Transactions, Stress-Free E-Invoices

E-Invoicing Software in Malaysia: Streamlining SST Transactions

Complyrobo’s meticulous technology is built to align seamlessly with LHDN’s regulatory framework, making it your perfect technology ally for easy and error-free E-Invoicing implementation in Malaysia.

  • 5X Faster
  • 0 Errors
  • 100% Accuracy
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Frictionless E-Invoicing Solutions

Around-the-Clock 12*6 Customer Support

Optimal Return on Investment

Fortified Data Security for Robust Protection

Complyrobo : Your Strategic E-Invoicing Software Partner

Integrating with Your ERP/POS Harmoniously

Complyrobo software deploys simple and effective integration with your ERP/POS while aligning with the Malaysian e-invoicing process. From initiation to rejection and completion, our intuitive integration process is designed to elevate your e-invoicing workflow, bringing clarity and precision to every transaction.

Where Technology Meets E-Invoicing Compliance

Paving the Path to Unparalleled Success

Complyrobo – Propelling Businesses with Technology Excellence

Steering Your Business To Take The Next Leap

Faster Business Operations

Get Time on Your Side with Automated Invoicing Solutions

Globally Acknowledged By Regulatory Bodies
India

Collaborated with the Government of India to Facilitate E-Invoicing for GST Taxpayers.

Malaysia

Joined Forces with LHDN and Aligned with MDFC Malaysia Rules for Seamless E-Invoicing Implementation.

KSA

E-Invoicing Partner for the Saudi Arabian Government (ZATCA), Paving the Way for Digital Transformation.

E-Invoicing Software That’s LHDN Compliant

Boosting Your Operations Across the Board

E-invoicing Phases in Malaysia

Know Your Malaysia E-Invoicing Implementation Timeline

LHDN has made e-invoicing in Malaysia mandatory from 1st August 2024 for businesses with a turnover of and exceeding RM100 million, and this mandate is being implemented in phases.

  • red-calApril 2024

    Pilot Phase For All Companies

  • navi-cal August 2024

    Mandatory E-Invoicing Implementation for Wave 1 Companies with 100+Mn RM revenue in
    2022

  • blue-cal January 2024

    Mandatory E-Invoicing Implementation for Wave 2 Companies with >25Mn RM & 100+Mn RM revenue in 2022

  • red-calJuly 2025

    Mandatory Implementation For All Taxpayers

advantage

Enterprise-Grade Security Compliance

Your Data Security is Our Priority

  • iso-cetified

    IP whitelisting

  • secured

    Secured HTTPS

  • api

    Dry and
    Enriched APIs

  • tls

    TLS 1.2
    supported

  • vapt

    APIs are
    VAPT audited

  • cmmi

    CMMI
    level 3 certified

  • iso-13

    ISO 27001:2013 and
    ISO 9001: 2015

  • iso-27

    ISO27001
    Certification

  • soc

    SOC2
    Certification

  • client

    Client Id and Secret
    Code will be shared

  • ssl

    256-bit
    SSL encryption

  • vapt

    VAPT
    Certification

Frequently Asked questions

Have questions? We’re here to help you.

E-invoicing in Malaysia means that the invoices generated for business, company, or enterprise transactions will now be generated, shared, cancelled, modified and stored in electronic format. Till now, the invoices were being made in paper-based format.

Yes, LHDN has made e-invoicing in Malaysia mandatory from 1st August 2024 for businesses with a turnover of and exceeding RM100 million, and this mandate is being implemented in phases.

To facilitate the transition to e-Invoice, taxpayers can select the most suitable mechanism to transmit e-Invoices to IRBM based on their business requirements and specific situations.

There are two (2) options for the e-Invoice transmission mechanisms for taxpayers’ selection:

MyInvois Portal

  • A portal hosted by IRBM
  • Accessible to all taxpayers at no cost
  • Also accessible to taxpayers who need to issue e-invoices where an Application Programming Interface (API) connection is unavailable.

Application Programming Interface (API)

  • An API is a set of programming codes that enables direct data transmission between the taxpayers’ system and the MyInvois system.
  • Requires upfront investment in technology and adjustments to taxpayers’ existing systems
  • Ideal for large taxpayers or businesses with substantial transaction volumes

No, e-invoice is applicable to both domestic and cross-border transactions. The cross-border transactions include import and export activities. For clarity, the compliance obligation is from the issuance of e-invoice perspective. In other words, taxpayers within the annual turnover or revenue threshold, as specified in Section 1.5 of the e-Invoice Guideline, must issue and submit an e-Invoice for IRBM’s validation according to the implementation timeline.

Yes, e-invoices in Malaysia must adhere to XML/JSON formats and templates prescribed by the regulatory body of IRBM to ensure consistency and compliance.

Potential benefits include increased efficiency, reduced costs, streamlined payment cycles, improved accuracy, enhanced transparency, and a positive environmental impact.