Work closely with lead organizations

Mexican Taxing Authority, SAT.


The SAT is a deconcentrated body of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público) responsible for enforcing tax and customs regulations so natural and legal persons may contribute proportionally and fairly to public expenditure, to regulate taxpayers so they comply with tax and customs regulations, to facilitate and encourage voluntary compliance, and to generate and provide the information necessary for the design and assessment of the tax policy.

Secretaría de Economía.


The Ministry of Economy in Mexico, through the Area of Competitiveness and Regulation, has the Direction of Commercial Regulations that is responsible for promoting the use of advanced electronic signature in the procedures and processes in charge of the Ministry and its´ coordinated sector, together with other agencies of the Federal public administration, state administrations and autonomous bodies.


 The Direction of Commercial Regulations, (a.k.a. DGNM, by its initials from the Spanish DIrección General de Normatividad Mercantil) has diverse responsibilities, among which are the following: To coordinate actions for the administration and operation of the Certifying Authority and Registrar of the Ministry of Economy, authorize strategies for the accreditation, regulation and audit of Certification Service Providers, establish guidelines and mechanisms for conducting inspections, visits and requirements to monitor compliance with Mexican official standards and other provisions to regulate the services of electronic signature and digital certificates.

National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Data Protection, INAI.


The INAI is an institute at the service of society. It is in charge of guaranteeing your right to access to public government information, protecting your personal data held by the federal government, and resolving on denials to access to information by agencies or entities of the federal government.

Cámara Nacional de la Industria Electrónica, de Telecomunicaciones y Tecnologías de la Información CANIETI


The Mexican Chamber of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technologies (CANIETI) has been an advocate for these industries in our country for 80 years, promoting their growth and development within a global setting through high-quality services.


Our main goal is to boost the Mexican industry’s growth and competitiveness, with social responsibility and a collective effort to pursue common rights and interests.


In 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, and 2010, CANIETI was granted the National Ethics and Values Award, conferred by the Mexican Confederation of Industrial Chambers (CONCAMIN) to the organizations that show social responsibility and commitment –among their members and the whole community.

European E-Invoicing Service Providers Association, EESPA


The EESPA is an international not-for-profit association that was organized under Belgian law in 2011. The EESPA acts as a trade association at European level for the community of e-invoicing service providers, drawn from organizations that provide business outsourcing, financial, technology, and EDI services..

Mexican Institute of Public Accountants  IMCP


The Mexican Institute of Public Accountants (IMCP) is a federation founded in 1923 comprising 60 professional associations that group over 20 thousand public accountants associated throughout the country.


It is mainly a social organization whose fundamental purpose is to consider the professional and human needs of its members so as to raise their quality and preserve the values that have guided the practice of public accountants.


It is a regulatory institution, since it issues regulations such as the code of professional ethics, which provides the rules of conduct that all associates must comply in order to be considered a part of this institution.


It is the first institution in Mexico that received in 2005 the certificate of adequacy to act as a certifying entity from the Department of Public Education (Secretaría de Educación Pública).


In a global environment, the IMCP belongs to the regional entity Inter-American Accounting Association (Asociación Interamericana de Contabilidad or AIC), which groups accountants from all America, and to the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC).

Instituto de Contadores Públicos de Nuevo León


is the largest  community of accountants in the state with about 2,500 members and more than 66 years of evolution and development. Our purpose is to meet the professional and personal needs of our membership , raising the quality of its services, preserving the values ​​that have guided the practice of being an accountant.

Colegio de Contadores Públicos de Guadalajara Jalisco CCPG


We are a group of professionals that permanently promote the integral development of all its partners, in compliance with the Code of Ethics. A College that transcends the business community, government entities and intermediary organizations, which is characterized as a governing institution within the scope of our competence. A Federated leader inside the Mexican Institute of Public Accountants.

GS1 México


GS1 México was born in 2010 as the global Association of standards in E-commerce that helps to transform the way we work and live. It creates a common base for retail-related businesses, with unique identification, accurate capture and automatic sharing of information products, location and asset. GS1 Mexico facilitates visibility through the exchange of authentic information driving the e-commerce in the country, promoving the growing up of businesses and improving their efficiency, safety and sustainability.


Leaders in Certified Digital Communication

Be part of the most important digital tax newsletter in Mexico.

Twitter Logo Facebook Logo


All Rights reserved © 2018 AMEXIPAC, A.C.

Legal  |  Privacity