LMT Group participates in the CEF eDelivery call 2017-2 with a proposed project: AS4EU
February 28th, 2017
The main objective proposed by the project is to promote the use of the e-Delivery platforms between public and private entities implementing four PEPPOL Access Points (a set of artefacts and specifications enabling cross-border e-Procurement), integrating an AS4 protocol and their respective SMPs (Service Metadata Publisher). The goal is to qualify their electronic exchange systems for accomplishing the eIDAS Regulation requirement.
A possible development will consider the main open source implementations used by the PEPPOL and e-SENS community.
The AS4EU project would be coordinated by the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV), from Spain, as well as four important EDI Providers from different Member States.
For further information about eDelivery CEF Programmes, click here.
For further information about this eDelivery project: https://lmtgroup.eu/portfolio/as4eu/
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