Invopop aims to make it easier for developers and finance teams to generate invoices and forward them to where they’re needed.

There are two key parts to the service:

  1. A software library, micro-service, or hosted service written in Go called GoBL that defines the structures, local taxes, validation rules, and digital signatures used to generate JSON invoices.
  2. APIs that receive the GoBL JSON output and convert the invoices into local formats: PDFs, regional XML standards, tax agency seals, and forwarding to accounting platforms or ERPs.

We’re just getting started so there is still a lot to do.

For more information on the problems with invoicing and refining the scope of the project, amongst other decisions we’re taking along the way, please see the posts section.

A copy of our pre-seed pitch deck is also available for download under a creative commons license.

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Sam Lown

Photo of Sam Lown Company founder. Sam came up with the idea for Invopop after being frustrated with the available solutions for invoicing during his role as Founding CTO of Cabify.