Archive for Europe
EESPA and OpenPEPPOL are very concerned by the provision in the Directive 2014/55/EU that all 300.000+ EU public sector contracting authorities will need to be able to receive electronic invoices expressed in any of a list of up to four syntaxes to be recommended by CEN TC 434 for a European core invoice standard. They propose 2 syntaxes.Read More
If you are a medical or in-vitro device supplier, to be compliant with the UK Department of Health’s e-procurement strategy, you will need to have made a commitment to PEPPOL by September 2016. Here are five key points to selected a proper PEPPOL provider.Read More
The German Ministry of Internal Affairs (BMI) has drafted new legislation to transpose the EU Directive 2014/55/EU into German legislation. However, the new German draft regulation has an ambition that goes far beyond the EU Directive 2014/55/EU.
It shall for example affect all invoices, regardless of the amount. In addition it paves the way for the government to define further requirements, for instance mandating suppliers to send invoices just in electronic format. The latter however has net yet been drafted.
Sage makes it easier to send and receive e-invoices with its interoperable Sage eFacture platform, thanks to Cegedim. The platform lets companies bring themselves into compliance with the legal framework for e-invoicing that will take effect between 2017 and 2020.Read More
Will the Brexit undermine the current e-procurement strategy and throw it into turmoil? Or will e-trading remain a very real necessity in driving down costs and suppliers, who trade across Europe, will continue to benefit from a consistent, though locally developed, PEPPOL infrastructure?Read More
In this session Nigel Ransom, Business Development Manager at Data Interchange covers the benefits of using PEPPOL and how this can be implemented into your organisation and how public sector can make cost savings though the use of PEPPOL.Read More
Andy Hovancik, CEO of global compliance solution Sovos Compliance, helps multinationals like Coca-Cola, Nationwide, Fidelity and 3,000 other clients comply with complex tax regulations like those in the E.U., and he anticipates two key benefits from Britain’s exit.Read More
The cooperation aims at developing common positions on EU public policy support for e-invoicing, promoting interoperability and rolling out easy-to-use services.Read More
Due to the breadth of the project, an e-procurement strategy rollout is divided into different phases. The next deadline to be met is September 30, by which time suppliers must have PEPPOL/GS1 compliance plan, join a PEPPOL Access Point, assign the GLN code to suppliers and upload it to the GLN registry and add a GTIN designation to the products.Read More
The aim of the OpenPEPPOL project is to simplify electronic procurement across Europeanborders by developing technology standards that can be implemented across all governments within the region.Read More