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In a Letter of Understanding (LoU) signed between the Commission and OpenPEPPOL, the parties agree a plan for the transition from AS2 to AS4 in the PEPPOL profile of CEF eDelivery.Read More
Mandates are now in place within the NHS for all suppliers to trade electronically. Please sign up for this free seminar at Kings Cross Station to learn more about the mandate, PEPPOL and how to comply with it!.Read More
Pagero and Omniva have joined forces in the Baltic countries, in order to provide an extensive business network with international reach. The agreement is fully in line with Pagero’s ongoing expansion on a Pan-European level.Read More
SD Worx’s investment in new technology is part of a long-term commitment to Data Interchange, who are implementing AS2 as replacement to their legacy ISDN capability.Read More
As part of the transition to the TrueCommerce platform Yeo Valley will be migrating some of its smaller not EDI enabled customers over to using a web portal, whilst also rolling out EDI to suppliers who have historically traded with using traditional methods such as e-mail.Read More
European e-invoicing service providers report a significant growth of 27% and over 1 ¼ billion processed e-invoices in 2015.
1 252 million electronic invoices were processed and delivered in 2015 by members of the European E-Invoicing Service Providers Association (EESPA), based on a set of survey results completed in July 2016. This represented a significant growth of 27 per cent over 2014 volumes of 985 million.
If fintech companies want to be a better alternative, they need to gain the trust of the consumer.Read More
....making its Digital Invoice, SmarterPay Cloud, DVLA vehicle keeper service and HMRC RTI submissions solutions available to purchase by public sector agencies of all sizes through the government's Digital Marketplace.Read More
e-Invoice system is a structure that circulates only among the registered users. The invoice recipient is required to be on the list of registered users of Revenue Administration (GIB) in order to be able to perform e-Invoice transmission.Read More
A staggering €159.5 billion in Value Added Tax (VAT) revenues were lost across the EU in 2014 according to figures released by the European Commission today. Compared to 2013, the 2014 VAT GAP has decreased by €2.5 billion but individual performances of Member States still vary enormously when it comes to VAT compliance. Some 18 Member States showed an improvement in their figures, while eight Member States failed to collect more VAT revenues than the year before.Read More