The SRS OSZI application automatically transfers the data required for the provision of invoice data from your ERP system or invoicing system to the NAV (tax authority) system, in the prescribed format and at the appropriate time. You can manage and monitor this all on a user-friendly web interface we have developed.
Since 1 July 2018, all Hungarian B2B (Business to Business) receipts with a VAT content of HUF 100,000 or more must be reported to the tax authority. This value limit was changed to HUF 0 on July 1, 2020. From 1 January 2021, data transmission is required for all receipts (as well companies, as individuals at all economic events), in the format and manner specified in a statutory law. This is provided by the SRS OSZI (online invoicing interface).
The application is not directly connected to the background database of business or other systems, but operates with its own resources and its own database without external intervention.
The customer’s IT infrastructure (ERP, accounting system) provides OSZI with the source files created from the receipts. From these, the converter module examines, checks and prepares the NAV 3 XML file in accordance with the regulations, which the communication module also sends to the tax authority via an encrypted, secure channel. In order to facilitate the subsequent self-check, by default, a full data source backup is made daily on the server serving the OSZI, which is automatically deleted after 10 days.
In the event of a receipt or system failure, a notification will be sent to the email addresses provided for this purpose. The SRS Help Desk team also receives emails with errors so we can help users in a timely and substantive manner.
Some screenshots from the system