Archive for Interoperability
The agreement enables oilfield customers of OFS Portal Members to adopt Anachron as a machine integrated platform for exchanging valuable data and transactions with the OFS Portal Member through the use of open, non-proprietary standards. As a result, industry-players are able to adopt and benefit from latest technologies and services.Read More
PDF documents can be difficult or time consuming to retrieve the necessary information by software without human intervention when processing into your back office system. Manually processing and adjusting documents create additional expenses, time and errors. With Smart PDF Connect customers are able to process, translate and integrate PDF documents automatically with your back office system with 100% accuracy, regardless of the ERP system.Read More
Bram Kuijper appointed chair of the SimplerInvoicing Foundation boardBram Kuijperhas been appointed chair of the SimplerInvoicing foundation board for at least the next twelve months. SimplerInvoicing is a initiated by 12 Dutch e-invoicing service providers, 2 ERP providers and Logius (the Dutch govermental IT organisation). The goal of this PEPPOL based initiative is to make structured e-invoicing much simpler. Voila! The daily board of SimplerInvoicing consists of five members.Read More
The Russian "National certification Authority" ZAO, is now connected to the PEPPOL eProcurement network. By connecting to the Russian National Certification Authority, organizations will have the unique opportunity to drive the adoption of standardized process automation and connectivity between Europe and Russia. This is expected to increase business opportunities and greater competition in both Russia and in the PEPPOL-countries.Read More
ACCELYA, specialist in electronic invoicing and paperless flows, signed at the end of September the e-invoicing interoperability charter, which gathered around GS1 France 25 electronic invoicing operators. The interoperability charter aims to reinforce the costless nature of transactions, particularly when an electronic invoice passes through two different operators.
The drafting of the Interoperability Charter began almost one year ago, as part of a GS1 France Working Group of users. It emerged from a shared desire among GS1 member companies, publishers and operators of electronic invoicing solutions, to create the optimum conditions for a managed, stress-free and fast deployment of electronic invoicing.
25 companies specialized in the electronic invoicing operations gathered around GS1 France have officially signed the E-invoicing Interoperability Charter. This charter aims to reaffirm the free exchange of electronic invoices, especially when the electronic bill passes through two different operators.
The development of the E-invoicing Interoperability Charter began almost a year, as part of a working group composed of users GS1 France. It is the result of the will of GS1 member companies, publishers and operators of electronic invoicing solutions, to support the fast adoption of e-invoicing while adhering to legal electronic invoicing requirements.