Archive for Interoperability
An international e-invoicing project poses technical, interconnectivity, legal and compliance challenges. EDICOM explains how they deal with these challenges.Read More
The interconnection agreement with the Australian company B2BE DE, marks yet another step forward in EDICOM’s consolidation as the EDI provider with a global coverageRead More
Stefan Engel-Flechsig wrote a post announcing that France and Germany are working on a common e-invoicing format. The co-operation mainly focuses on two areas: first, the question of a common Franco-German accounting form, which can be used in the same way in both countries and takes into account the requirements of the future EU accounting form. On the other hand, both forums have dealt with the legal requirements of electronic invoices and the audit by the auditors in the two countries.Read More
Currently 19 European hospitals, laboratories, universities & companies joined Govein project to adopt to EU E-procurement DirectiveRead More
The CCS goal is to become the “go-to” place for expert commercial and procurement services in the UK. The use of PEPPOL enhances interoperability through the use of a single standard.Read More
The banks involved in the larger pilot, including State Bank of India are working with New York-based startup MonetaGo, which will provide the platform.Read More
Joining OpenPEPPOL is the first concrete step in three years after the first steps were taken in 2013 to build a PEPPOL framework in PolandRead More
Public sector organisations, in addition to organisations within the National Health Service, will now be able to access the full range of CloudTrade’s PEPPOL servicesRead More
PEPPOL is to do for European e-invoicing what roaming agreements between mobile operators have done since the 1990s, says Richard Manson, commercial director of CloudTrade.Read More
At a recent plenary meeting in Barcelona, CEN/TC 434 unanimously agreed to endorse UBL and CII as the syntaxes complying with the forthcoming EN and to be listed in a specific CEN Technical Specification (TS).
Once the EN and TS are published by CEN and referenced in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU), contracting authorities and entities in the EU will have to receive and process electronic invoices which comply with the EN and any of the two syntaxes, in accordance with the provisions of Article 7 of Directive 2014/55/EU.