The CEF EURINV19 Action has been extended

The CEF EURINV19 Action has been extended

The INEA Agency (now HaDEA – European Health and Digital Executive Agency) decided to amend the Grant Agreement of the EURINV19 Action (Adopting the European Standard by using consolidated eInvoicing cloud platforms), accepting this way a request made by the Coordinator to extend the duration of the project.

Therefore, according to this amendment, and because of some delays mainly caused by the COVID-19 crisis that have impacted on the completion of the technical implementation of all beneficiaries, EURINV19 will now finish on 31/07/2021, bringing about its proper conclusion.

Coordinated by the Universitat de València (Spain) and technically supported by LMT Group (Spain), the EURINV19 Consortium comprises five EDI providers and four of their end-users from the Member States: NetEDI (UK), Crediflow (Sweden), Qvalia (Sweden), Transalis (UK), Easy Systems (Netherland), Trinity College (Ireland), Tatra Billing (Slovakia), Carrefour (France), Althea (UK), SATA (Italy), Generix (France) and Elcom (United Kingdom). The Action aims to update the electronic invoicing cloud platforms of the 5 EDI providers to become fully compliant with the required syntaxes (UBL and CII) of the European eInvoicing standard (EN16931); and to implement EN compliant eInvoicing solutions for the end-users.

To know more about this project co-financed by the European Commission through HaDEA and the CEF Telecom program (2019‐EU‐IA‐0037), please visit its official website:

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