The Icelandic public entities concluded the solution design phase

The Icelandic public entities concluded the solution design phase

5th February, 2020

The participants of the ICELAND-INV18 project are working through different phases since April 2019 in order to improve the alignment of Iceland with the European eInvoicing Standard (EN16931) as a result of this Action. In this context, the Icelandic public institutions participating in this project have been performing a deep analysis of the technical and operational requirements to prepare their ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) to the EN. The main outputs of this stage had been taken into account for the design of the eInvoicing solution and the elaboration of an implementation plan for the next months.

Unimaze, with the support of LMT Group, guided the participants through this process, also supporting them with the results obtained in past Actions where LMT participated as Technical Manager. The solution design was successfully concluded and it will open the path for Unimaze to start the technical implementation, with the support of LMT Group and the Project Coordinator, IRTIC (Universitat de València). This will enable the beneficiaries to integrate themselves in the EU digital context, as well as enable European providers to interact with Icelandic institutions.

Moreover, at the end of this project, Unimaze will implement to Icelandic Standards an online eInvoicing platform to validate compliant EN eInvoices. Also a study about the impact of the implementation of the EN in Iceland and the analysis of the Icelandic legal eInvoicing context is being developed. This study is crucial for the implementation since Iceland is part of the European Economic Area and its transposition of European directives may be different than those made by EU countries.

Know more about the ICELAND-INV18 project (co-funded by the European Commission, with action number 2018-EU-IA-0056) on

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