Handy: OpenPeppol guidance paper on the CEF call for funding e-invoicing adoption

The EU wants to promote the adoption of e-invoicing, to make e-invoicing the predominant way of invoicing in 2020. That is why they The 2016 CEF Telecom eInvoicing call makes an indicative €7 million of funding available for proposals in the area of promoting the adoption of -primarily- business-to-goverment einvoicing through the upcoming new EU e-invoicing standard (EN).
OpenPEPPOL recommended its members to apply for CEF funding for implementation of the forthcoming PEPPOL BIS v3 for eInvoicing and use of the PEPPOL eDelivery network. In order to support such applications, a guidance document is now available.

OpenPEPPOL states in its post:

“Deadline for submission of applications is 15 December 2016, so you need to get started very soon. If you apply, your organization may be granted up to 75% funding for activities related to implementation of a new version of the PEPPOL BIS and use of the PEPPOL eDelivery network. The Call is open for both private and public entities and at least 4 entities are required to form a consortium in order to apply for funding.

The guidance document includes extracts from the 2016 CEF eInvoicing Call text and the 2016 CEF Telecom Work Programme, but also contains subjective opinions based on previous experience and which is meant solely to help OpenPEPPOL members understand the process and priorities. They are in no way intended to provide an authoritative interpretation or forecast pertaining to particular proposals.”

Download the guidance document – OpenPEPPOL Guidance on CEF eInvoicing Call 2016 final

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