Singapore – SG Peppol BIS Billing 3.0

Peppol Business Interoperability Specifications (BIS) is developed in Europe for the eProcurement processes to standardise electronic documents exchanged between sending and receiving Access Points (AP). For exchanges of electronic documents which are non-European, i.e. Singapore, then the country specific BIS Billing 3.0 specification is to be adopted instead of the Peppol BIS Billing 3.0.

In Singapore, SG Peppol Bis Billing 3.0 has been adopted in order to cater for country specific requirements such as:

  • Replacement of VAS (Europe) to Singapore’s GST (Goods and Services Tax) and to cater for non-GST registered businesses;
  • Specific GST calculation and rounding steps for presenting amount in invoices
  • Update of GST code list value to identify the specific GST categories available to use; and
  • Singapore specific payments such as Direct debit using GIRO and Credit Transfer using Unique Entity Number (UEN)-based PayNow Corporate

For more information on the Singapore (SG) Peppol BIS 3.0 specifications, please click here.

SG Peppol Directory

The SG Peppol Directory is a facility for searching Singapore businesses that are registered on the nationwide e-invoicing network. Watch the video guide below:



Perform a simple search for Singapore businesses who are registered on the Peppol network using their company name or UEN.

Successful searches will showcase all relevant companies with their full name, Peppol IDs and the type of Peppol document they can receive.



Perform a single search of multiple companies using the bulk search feature. Simply upload a CSV or Excel file containing the list of UENs of companies and the result of the search will be downloaded automatically with the company names, Peppol IDs and type of Peppol documents supported.



Registered business users on the platform will be able to access the following features:

  • Download the entire SG Peppol Directory in CSV format
  • Set-up an API connectivity to the platform to carry application initiated UEN searches

For any questions regarding the SG Peppol Directory, please visit the FAQs section or drop an email to

Sending the 1st E-invoice

Businesses on the network can send a sample e-invoice to the specially arranged “Echo” recipient on network. This is an special account, where the receiving system will “bounce” the incoming invoice back to the sender through a specified email address.


Create and send a e-invoice to

Peppol/Recipient ID – SGTSTECHOTEST01

Enter the return email address to which the invoice

should be bounced in either the:

- Invoice ID/No field, or

- Remarks/Notes field

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Transacting with Partners

Sending E-Invoices to Government

The Singapore Accountant-General’s Department (AGD) provides government vendors with the additional channel to send e-invoices to the Government over the nationwide e-invoicing network, now called InvoiceNow.

AGD considers InvoiceNow as the preferred channel for suppliers to submit e-invoices to the Government agencies via this network. By using InvoiceNow to send e-invoices, government vendors can use the same business process to directly transact with the Government from their own systems and with other business counterparties on the network. This will bring more benefits to the participating businesses in the long run.

Please refer to the guide developed by AGD here that explains how you may do so, and the requirements to comply with.

Validex Tool

To ensure compliance to the SG Peppol BIS specifications, Access Point providers must ensure that all invoices sent over the Peppol network pass the validation rules.

Click here to access the free Validex tool for check whether the invoice is compliant to the SG Peppol specifications.

Last updated on: 18 Dec 2020