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Archiving in accordance with laws as a service

Regardless of the method used, the sender and recipient of invoices must archive electronic invoices for at least 10 years in compliance with auditing requirements, i.e. in an unalterable memory pursuant to §14 of the Value Added Tax Act, Fiscal Code resp. the principles of data access and auditing of digital documents (German GDPdU) as well as the principles of proper computerised accounting systems (German GoBS). A hardcopy does not suffice.

The installation of an electronic archiving system requires significant investments. Six-digit investments come together quickly for respective hardware and software solutions. These can be prevented if you outsource archiving to e-integration. We retain your data through a reliable individual interface and store it in a secure and certified server environment.

Your benefits

  • You do not need to invest in new hardware or software.
  • Only volume-dependent user fees accrue.
  • Archiving is conducted according to the Fiscal Code, the principles of data access and auditing of digital documents (GDPdU) as well as for invoice data according to §14 of the Value Added Tax Act.
  • Secure online access to the archived data (e.g. for enquiries).
  • If necessary, you receive the archived data by RDT or on a data medium.


  • Archiving of all electronic data formats and scanned documents
  • Indexing of the documents for the quick and efficient locating of the documents by stipulated key data
  • Enquiry option by using internet browser
  • Display of the electronic data in a legible form (e.g. PDF)
  • 6 or 10 year storage of electronic business data, i.e. according to the statutory requirements


Detlef Schwan

Telephone: +49 (0)2102 479 - 120

Further information

You can download our lastest Archiving flyer.


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