The European Commission, through the INEA Agency, has communicated today its decision to co-fund with about one million Euro the EURINV19 project “Adopting the European Standard by using consolidated eInvoicing cloud platforms” in the frame of the CEF (Connecting Europe Facility) Telecom eInvoicing programme.
The project is coordinated by the University of Valencia (Spain) and foresees the participation of SATA and other 13 partners coming from France, Ireland, Holland, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden and Great Britain. Five partners are EDI providers committed to adapt their own eInvoicing solutions to the European regulations. Other four partners are IT providers, among them SATA, already compliant with the EU norms and then involved by as many customers for improving their eInvoicing solutions to the European electronic invoicing model.
In particular, SATA is intended to support TATRA BILLING (Slovakia) in implementing its eInvoicing solution so as to process the EN standard eInvoice formats and exchange files on the Peppol network by means of the HUB MultiDOC cloud platform. To that purpose, the platform will be properly customized on to the specific requirements and needs of that Country, thus giving rise to an interesting example of cross-border collaboration. A final conformance test with respect to the EU regulation and a cross-border interoperability test will be required to demonstrate the success of the performed work.
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