Webware Internet Solutions GmbH ist ein registriertes Mitglied der OpenPEPPOL Association.
The purpose of OpenPEPPOL is to enable European businesses to easily deal electronically with any European public sector buyers in their procurement processes, thereby increasing opportunities for greater competition for government contracts and providing better value for tax payers’ money.
PEPPOL enables access to its network through Access Points, which exchange standardised electronic documents based on the PEPPOL BIS.
A key feature of the PEPPOL network, is the freedom for suppliers to engage with an Access Point provider of their choice, to send and receive electronic documents with any organization in the PEPPOL network through one single source, eliminating complex relationships with buyers, their service providers and related obligations.
Upgrading Access Points for cross-border eDelivery
Webware internet solutions GmbH has successfully entered the CEF Building Block eDelivery project UP-Access. The European Union has introduced the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) programme to establish a digital single market within Europe supporting different solutions to reach this goal.The UP-ACCESS project aims are to implement the AS4 protocol and upgrade the Service Metadata Publishers (SMP) of the 4 PEPPOL Access Points of the consortium, which are used by thousands of clients from different Member States.
The developed solution is in compliance with the Directive 2014/55/EU for cross-border digital messaging within the EU which is mandatory for all public institutions and aims to spread further into the private sector. With the solution in place, a standardisation across Europe is enabled which removes unnecessary complexity for businesses and public entities including the reduction of cost and time, reduction of storage costs, reduction of printing and postage costs, etc.
For further information, please visit our main project website.
We are proud to announce that we are members of the EURINV project consortium, co-financed by the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) through its CEF Telecom Calls. The consortium is composed of 12 participants from Spain, Ireland, Slovakia, Finland, Belgium, Italy, Netherlands, France, and Germany.
With a duration of 18 months and launched in April 2019, the main objective of EURINV is to aid the participants to become conformant with the European Standard on Electronic Invoicing (Directive EU/2014/55) allowing cross-border transactions that will be aligned with the European Directive. In sum, the eInvoicing cloud platforms of the beneficiary EDI providers and/or their use case clients will be updated to support the compliant syntaxes UBL and CII.
With projects of this nature, the objective of reaching cross-border efficiency while sending and receiving electronic invoices in the European Union and EEA takes a step further. Furthermore, electronic invoicing is already mandatory in many EU-countries for both public and private entities and all local and regional authorities will also be obliged to comply.
To find out more about this project visit its official website.