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Entra en vigor la normativa de facturación electrónica

  • April 1st, 2019
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On April 16, 2019, Directive 2014/55 / ​​EU will enter into force and all European public administrations will be obliged to accept digital invoices following the established European standard, so the adoption of this standard by private companies will confer on them A great advantage over its competitors.

Directive 2014/55/UE will enter into force this month and all European public administrations will be obliged to accept digital invoices following the established European standard, so the adoption of this standard by private companies will give them a great advantage over your competitors

Although suppliers are not obliged to issue such events, it is possible that in the near future the obligation will be extended to other economic agents. In addition, the adoption of an electronic billing system offers great advantages to companies and administrations that allows, among others, to reduce the time and costs of transmission of events, reduce the costs of storage, printing and sending of facts, and better monitoring of invoices

2017 CEF Telecom Call- eInvoicing (CEF-TC-2017-3)

In order to make it easier for companies and public administrations to comply with the regulations, the European Commission has launched the 2017 CEF- Telecom Call eInvoicing call (CEF-TC-3017-3) with the objective that EDI providers will update their electronic invoice solutions. One of the beneficiaries of this financing line is the POOL-TSPs project.

Since July 1, the 10 EDI suppliers that are part of the POOL-TSP consortium (Babelway, eConnect, Celtrino, Aksesspunkt, Datajust, Viaduct, IN.TE.S.A., AdValvas, Officient y Unimaze) are working to update their electronic billing solutions and adapt them to the European standard.

In addition, the 10 PEPPOL access points operated by the project beneficiaries are adapted and tested to validate that they allow the use of the corresponding EN syntax when exchanging invoices through the access points, in accordance with the AS4 eSENS profile.

The Institute of Robotics and Information and Communication Technologies of the University of Valencia coordinates this project with the support of the Spanish company Grupo LMT.