- Legal Billing Coordinator – Friedman Williams – NYC
- Programmer – data processing, e-billing – Atlanta – USA
- Senior Analyst, Financial Reporting and Analysis – Fundtech – New York
- E-Procurement Officer – London – UK
- Pre-Sales EDI Procure-to-Pay Consultant – Chicago – USA
Is your service or solution UBL ReadY? UBL Ready implies: providing a solution or service in ‘receiving and processing UBL e-invoices‘ and/or ‘generating and sending UBL e-invoices’. Obtaining the ‘UBL Ready’ label is free and as simple by filling out the application form.
Late 2016 CASS was operating in 93 territories worldwide, helping airlines, GSSAs and forwarders settle a combined US$26.4 billion in freight-related transactions.
This initial exploratory mission set out the European context, identified the success factors, the obstacles faced and the working group’s options for any future developments of harmonised EIPP/EBPP solutions
To promote the adoption of UBL and the benefits of UBL e-invoicing, a free label has been developed that (1) allows organisations to communicate their ‘UBL Readiness’ to their respective customers and supplier, called: ‘UBL Ready’, and (2) provides support for organisations that want to implement UBL e-invoicing.
To become UBL Ready an organisation has to proof that it can either import the validated demo files of other UBL Ready participants, or produce a UBL+PDF e-invoice file that –after validation- can be imported by other UBL Ready participants. All in all, applicants only have to perform five or less steps to become UBL Ready! This way UBL Ready promotes easy, free, flawless, seamless exchange and processing of e-invoices!
The European Commission mandated the European Committee for Standardisation (CEN) to define the European E-invoicing European standard. Following intense deliberations, CEN announced that the invoice model and its syntaxes received unanimous approval. However massive adoption of the new standard, is no easy task.
It is all about the mandatory use of e-invoices and e-receipts in commercial transactions between registered companies, their customers and the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR).
It is expected that on 28 June 2017 the 2017-3 CEF Telecom call will be opened. Expected, because the time frame is set on ‘indicative’, meaning that the opening can be rescheduled to a later date. That is also what happened with the previous e-invoicing CFP. The e-invoicing CFP budget is also set at an indicative €10 million. Indicative, but still: substantial.
Currently over 8000 public administrations, including all autonomous communities except Basque Country, are connected to FACe. To date, FACe has handled over 14 million invoices.
Commonwealth Bank, Telstra and MessageXchange performed Australia’s first end-to-end UBL e-invoicing experiment with leadership from the Digital Business Council.
The system consolidates services that include an e-procurement web portal, online bids for tender, electronic contracts, and online shopping malls.