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Participants of the EURINV19 project have already passed the CEF eInvoicing Conformance and the interoperability tests

  • June 29th, 2021
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The first designated group of EURINV19 partners has successfully passed the corresponding CEF eInvoicing Conformance tests and the interoperability tests. Currently, they are now completing their individual implementation reports with all the information and outcomes obtained in the implementation and tests.

It has taken place a demo meeting with HaDEA and these partners in order to inform about the mentioned interoperability results and the technical reports completed. Crediflow (Sweden), Transalis (United Kingdom), Easy Systems (Netherland) and Tatra Billing (Slovakia) supported by SATA (Italy) have performed a live demonstration of several EN eInvoice exchanges among them so the HaDEA Officer can validate the achievement of the project goals.

In this sense, a second group of partners is organising the interoperability tests and reporting the results that will be completed during this month. They correspond to Qvalia (Sweden), Trinity College (Ireland), Carrefour (France) supported by Generix (France) and Althea (United Kingdom) supported by Elcom (United Kingdom).

EURINV19 is a project co-financed by the European Commission through HaDEA and the CEF Telecom program (2019‐EU‐IA‐0037) that aims to update the eInvoicing cloud platforms of 5 EDI providers to be fully compliant with the European eInvoicing standard (EN 16931). This initiative coordinated by Universitat de València (Spain) and technically supported by LMT Group also aims to support the implementation of EN conformant eInvoicing solutions for 4 end-users.

Official website:

INEA’s, now HaDEA’s, website:

Start of the project: 01/01/2020

Conclusion of the project: 31/07/2021

Agreement No.: INEA/CEF/ICT/A2019/1928191

Action No.: 2019-EU-IA-0037

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