For the last 18 months, a consortium composed of 6 EDI providers and two management institutions has worked hard in order to achieve the main objective of updating 6 PEPPOL Access Points. Billit (Belgium), OpusCapita (Finland), Viaduct (Sweden), Calvi (the Netherlands), Generix (France), and NetEDI (UK), along with LMT Group and the IRTIC Institute of the UVEG, both from Spain, were the beneficiaries of this eDelivery project.
After passing the analysis and technical stages of the project, the Access Points are now running the AS4 PEPPOL eDelivery profile. This action aligns the APs with the eIDAS Regulation, also enabling the clients of these providers to use the latest updates for a secure and reliable exchange method.
eDelivery allows its users to send and receive data and documents in a fast, time-saving, secure way, also enabling other means such as eInvoicing, which reduces bureaucracy and promotes a connected Europe.
AS4EDI was a project approved and co-financed by the European Commission through its Innovation and Networks Executive Agency, which manages the CEF Telecom programs, promoting different Building Blocks for the digital Europe of the future.
To know more about the project and how it was developed, visit the official website, where you can find the main data, as well as all the news related to AS4EDI and eDelivery: http://irtic.uv.es/as4edi
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