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ABOUT US

With over 25 years of Secured Data Handling experience, DataPost proves to be the largest service bureau in Southeast Asia.

DataPost, started in 1994, is the top company in Singapore for keeping data safe. They change data into digital and physical forms and are the biggest in their area.

Banks and auditors check DataPost to make sure they follow local rules. These checks look at how they keep physical and computer data safe. Especially secret information. DataPost handles over 40 million documents every month and has many customers. People trust them as a leader in keeping data safe.

Most of DataPost is owned by ADERA Global Pte Ltd, a company people trust. ADERA first made smart cards and now is a big FinTech company. They offer full services like digital ID sign-up, biometric technology. As well as safe systems for cashless payments. DataPost now includes "Peppol Singapore" in their services, making things even better.

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OSPAR Compliant

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Our Core Strengths

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Business Continuity

With two operational sites. Date Post ensures that mission-critical mailings have an alternative backup in the event of power failures. Or when a site becomes non-operational.

Fast Turnaround

Our central location allows us to directly send mail at any time. Without the need for transportation or special packaging

Maximum Confidentiality & Security

DataPost checks their staff carefully for security before they start working. The staff also promise not to share any secret information.

Stringent Quality Management

DataPost always aims to get better and make customers happy. We show this by earning important business certifications. Like the International Standards Organization's 9001:2015 series.

Cost Efficiency

Over time, DataPost has made its processes better. This has lowered costs because of large amounts of work, better ways of doing things, and big postage discounts. This means you save more money without losing quality or service

  • When should an e-invoice be generated?
    An e-invoice should be created after a product is sold or a service is provided. This ensures all transaction details, like amount and service description, are captured accurately. The e-invoice is then sent to the customer's email or through an online system. Sending e-invoices promptly helps in getting faster payments and keeping financial records up-to-date.
  • Who are required to make e-invoice?
    Businesses that are part of certain e-invoicing networks are required to make e-invoices. This usually includes companies engaged in B2B (Business to Business) transactions. Governments in some countries also mandate e-invoicing for public sector transactions. The requirement for e-invoicing can vary based on the country's regulations and the company's business practices.
  • Does electronic invoice require signature?
    Electronic invoices generally do not require a traditional handwritten signature. They often use digital methods to verify authenticity and integrity. This can include digital signatures or unique identification codes. The specific requirements can vary depending on the country's laws and the business sector.
  • How do I check the status of an e-invoice?
    To check the status of an e-invoice, log in to the e-invoicing platform you used. Look for a section like 'Invoice Status' or 'Transaction History'. Here, you can see if the invoice was sent, received, or paid. Some platforms also send notifications or updates about your invoice's status.
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