April 30th, 2020
The AS4EDI project participants will soon conclude the interoperability tests, which are mandatory to validate the technical implementation of the project. But, what does this mean? Six EDI providers from different Member States – Billit (Belgium), OpusCapita (Finland), Viaduct (Sweden), Calvi (The Netherlands), Generix (France), and NetEDI (UK) – have updated their PEPPOL Access Points (APs) from the AS2 to the AS4 eDelivery profile. This action seeks to align the APs with the eIDAS Regulation as well as the latest PEPPOL profile, turning the APs into competitive partners of the PEPPOL network.
Electronic delivery is a very useful way for the exchange of data and documents in a secure, fast, and reliable way. The participant EDI Providers of the AS4EDI project are now able to offer this service to their clients with state-of-the-art technology and backed up by a project that is being co-financed by the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency, managed by the European Commission, through the CEF Telecom eDelivery program. The CEF (Connecting Europe Facility) promotes several Building Blocks in order to bring a unified digital Europe.
LMT Group supported these beneficiaries in all the technical implementation process, as well as worked along Universitat de València (UVEG), the coordinating institution, in order to manage the administrative, financial, and dissemination tasks. With the shared expertise of all the consortium members, the objectives of the AS4EDI project are being soundly achieved.
Keep updated with the latest news and the imminent conclusion of this project on its official website: http://irtic.uv.es/as4edi
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