e-Invoicing Software in Malaysia


Get LHDN E-Invoicing Compliant with Microvista e-Invoicing Software
Microvista e-Invoicing software seamlessly aligns with LHDN's guidelines and is aimed at making your e-Invoicing implementation a breeze. As Malaysia's most sought-after solution, we ensure effortless compliance.

Electronic Invoicing Model in Malaysia

MyInvois Portal Hosted by IRBM:

Accessible to all taxpayers. Ideal for Micro, Small, and Medium-sized Enterprises. Less efficient for handling large data volumes.



Application Programming Interface (API):

Requires initial technology investment and system adjustments. Ideal for large taxpayers and businesses with significant transaction volumes



Why Microvista for e-Invoicing ?

Seamless Integration

Microvista e-Invoicing solution integrates directly with ERP & Accouting systems without modifying current processes as per Malaysian Tax Authorities Guidline.

Robust Validations

Microvista e-Invoicing solution ensures pre-validation before generation of e-invoices to ensures accuracy of e-Invoice generation.


100% Compliant Solution

Microvista e-Invoicing solutions ensures compliance with the latest tax and invoicing regulations as per Malaysian Tax Authorities GuideLine.

Anytime - Anywhere Access

Cloud Based solution. You have multiple branches / offices! No Problem. You can work from anywhere and anytime on your existing system without any installation or software.

Dedicated Customer Support

Microvista provides dedicated customer support & guidance, and continuous assistance throughout e-invoicing journey.


High scalability & Security

Microvista e-Invoicing solutions process Millions of documents in one go and without any errors. Our servers are highly secured and on auto scale as per volume encountered.

e-Invoice generation process through PowerGST

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Frequently ask Questions

Want to ask something on e-Invoicing in Malaysia?

e-Invoicing, or electronic invoicing, is the digital exchange of invoices between businesses. It replaces traditional paper-based invoices with electronic formats, streamlining the invoicing process.

As of my last knowledge update in January 2022, e-Invoicing is not mandatory for all businesses in Malaysia. However, the government has been encouraging the adoption of e-Invoicing to enhance efficiency.

Benefits include cost savings, faster invoice processing, reduced errors, improved transparency, and better compliance with regulatory requirements.

Businesses can adopt e-Invoicing by selecting a certified e-Invoicing solution provider, registering with the necessary authorities, and integrating the chosen solution into their invoicing processes.

The regulatory oversight for e-Invoicing in Malaysia may involve multiple bodies, including the Royal Malaysian Customs Department. Businesses should stay updated on regulatory requirements.

Malaysia has adopted the Peppol (Pan-European Public Procurement Online) framework as the standard for e-Invoicing. It facilitates interoperability between different e-Invoicing platforms.

Yes, e-Invoicing can benefit small businesses by reducing manual processes, minimizing errors, and improving overall efficiency in the invoicing cycle.

Security measures, such as encryption and secure data transmission protocols, are implemented by certified e-Invoicing solution providers to protect the integrity and confidentiality of electronic invoices.

Transition timelines may vary, and businesses are encouraged to stay informed about government initiatives and deadlines related to the adoption of e-Invoicing.

The Malaysian government has introduced initiatives to encourage e-Invoicing adoption, and businesses should explore potential incentives or support programs.

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