Archive for Interoperability

Denmark connects NemHandels to PEPPOL in 2019

November 23, 2017  |  Electronic Invoicing, Europe, Interoperability

The transition means that all companies and organisations registered in NemHandel (more than 51,000 in the public and private sectors) will be automatically registered in PEPPOL in 2019.

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SCOBDO, the results are in! [event]

At this event, where also the government policy on e-invoicing is presented, conversion between e-invoicing formats is demonstrated, the underlying technology is shown and the practical use of the system is discussed.

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PEPPOL Directory now live and available on www.peppol.eu

The directory is a free-to-browse, Open Source service, designed, built and operated on behalf of OpenPEPPOL, which makes it easy for PEPPOL participants to find each other in the network and identify each other’s capabilities.

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Europe achieves 75 per cent interoperability

October 2, 2017  |  Europe, Interoperability

The report also studied the implementation of national interoperability frameworks. Spain leads the way (100%) with the National Interoperability Scheme. Next up are Denmark (88%), The Netherlands (87%) and Luxembourg (85%).

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CloudTrade webinars: PEPPOL, E-invoicing made easy and partnerships

Get answers on how to get more paper removed in a shorter time frame (100% in 8 weeks) and what impact PEPPOL will have on your organisation and what you need to do to support it.

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S4FN brings an SAP e-invoicing add-on to the Turkish community

The e-invoicing add-on allows for the exchange of invoice records between a supplier and a purchaser in SAP, Microsoft, Wmware, Suse, and more

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What are the differences between PEPPOL BIS 4A – Invoice and the EU 16963-1

With the new European Standard for e-invoicing (public procurement) EU 16963-1 on the horizon, it is interesting to know how it differs from PEPPOL BIS 4A. Is there an analysis available with the differences between the both?

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Slovenia receives CEF Funding for e-invoicing adoption

The objective is to increase the uptake of e-invoicing by 90% of the Slovene contracting authorities and entities, and to be compliant with newly adopted European standard (EN) on e-invoicing by May 2018

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“PEPPOL – Does anyone care?” [LinkedIN discussion]

"I've yet to see anything that comes close to the open/inclusive architecture of EDIFACT and ANSI-X12 standards. PEPPOL represents an excellent architecture but I fear it will fail the long term adoption test."

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The Core Invoice Usage Specification (CIUS) could lead to a fragmented EU e-invoicing landscape

Suggestions: At least one CIUS will have to be created to remove loose ends in the EN. One of the two syntaxes should be deprecated and its mandatory use withdrawn. National CIUS should only apply to domestic suppliers, not preventing cross-border exchange of electronic invoices

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