OB10 and Anachron sign first contract based on EESPA’s MIA

March 20, 2013  |  Adoption, Electronic Invoicing, Europe

signing contract OB10 and Anachron sign first contract based on EESPAs MIAWe concluded this post on  EESPA’s Model Interoperability Agreement in the field of e-invoicing with the promise that we would let you know as soon as we had more information on the MIA. And we’re a trustworthy bunch, so here’s the follow-up of that promise. The latest big news is that OB10 and Anachron have agreed to interoperate across the Benelux region with the Model Interoperability Agreement as the basis of their contract.The agreement between OB10 and Anachron will facilitate the exchange of e-Invoices through both networks.

Good starting point

Commenting on the value of EESPA’s agreement, Gary Benson, VP Corporate Development, said, “As a neutral and comprehensive starting point, the Model Interoperability Agreement makes the contracting process quick and straightforward. In particular, it supports a number of legal frameworks, which are critical to processing fully compliant electronic invoices for our customers.”

Contributing to general acceptance

Frank Hoekstra, CEO of Anachron, adds: “The Model Interoperability Agreement contributes heavily to the general acceptance of international e-Invoicing among the users, our clients. Providing multiple delivery channels and improving roaming options are key to the development of the global e-Invoicing market and are finally enabled by the standardised contract.”

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