The European Commission through the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) has pointed the relevance of the eInvoicing projects participated by providers of eInvoicing services, and in this sense it has highlighted our EURINV project (Implementing the European Standard in consolidated eInvoicing cloud platforms), as a reference action and an example of success in this area. More information in the CEF brochure.
It is remarkable that EURINV was in fact the predecessor of the current action EURINV19 (Adopting the European Standard by using consolidated eInvoicing cloud platforms).
Thus, starting in January, 2020, EURINV19 involves a transnational and very strong consortium composed of 14 participants from 8 different Member States (Spain, Sweden, Slovakia, Ireland, UK, Italy, France and Netherlands). Through this action, the Coordinator (UVEG) and the Technical Manager (LMT Group) are working so that 5 relevant EDI providers from different member States, namely NetEDI, Crediflow, Qvalia, Transalis and Easy Systems update their own eInvoicing cloud platforms to be fully compliant with the European eInvoicing standard (EN) including both syntaxes approved by CEN (UBL 2.1 and CII) and achieving advanced eInvoicing functionalities; and also supporting the implementation of EN conformant eInvoicing solutions for 4 end-users, namely Trinity College (subcontracting the EDI provider), Tatra Billing (implementing SATA’s solution as its customer), Carrefour (implementing Generix’ solution as its customer) and Althea (implementing Elcom’s solution as its customer). Nowadays, the project EURINV19 is in a quite advanced stage, as the interoperability tests are starting.
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