The “POOL-TSPs” project has been approved by the European Commission

The “POOL-TSPs” project has been approved by the European Commission

The “POOL-TSPs” project has been approved by the European Commission

June 5th, 2018

The European eInvoicing project called “POOL-TSPs” has been approved and granted by the European Commission through the CEF eInvoicing 2017 call (CEF-TC-2017-3).

The main aim of the project is to support the EDI providers to meet the European Standard (EN) on electronic invoicing for cross-border transactions according to the Directive 2014/55/EU. In this sense, all participants will individually prepare their current eInvoicing solutions to comply with the EN. This will adapt their platforms according to the AS4 e-SENS profile, expanding transnational document exchange among their immense number of European customers, as well as promoting the PEPPOL network (eDelivery).

The project’s consortium is composed by 20 participants; including 10 consolidated eInvoicing providers (that at the same time are certified PEPPOL Access Points), and various use cases. It is an international and multilingual consortium involving 8 different Member States (Spain, Belgium, Ireland, Denmark, Norway, Netherlands, Sweden and Italy).

All the members demonstrate a significant geographic representation of the European community and represent a wide range of different types of organizations, according to the scope of the call. Therefore, it will enable  wider approach and an increased vision of the project.

In summary, this action will contribute both to the development of the eInvoicing and the eDelivery Building Blocks, and the dissemination and exploitation of the project’s results among their European clients.

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