Each transaction consists of at least two parties: Supplier and Customer. In most cases, the Supplier will be a company. On the other side of the transaction, the Customer can be an individual (B2C transaction) or a company (B2B transaction).
- Supplier — Usually a business.
- Customer — Can be an individual (B2C transaction) or a company (B2B transaction).
This Company onboarding endpoint allows you to onboard Supplier and Customer companies into the Fonoa system. If the Customer is an individual (i.e., B2C transaction) and its details need to be reported to the tax authority, you should use the individual onboarding endpoint.
When you are the Supplier and are using Fonoa to generate invoices or report transactions for your own company, you can use this endpoint to give us your company information. If you are a marketplace with multiple Suppliers, you can use this endpoint to onboard each active Supplier.
To report invoices in real-time to a tax authority, you need to onboard the Supplier, and in some scenarios the Customer too, that participate in the transaction.