The PEPPOL Transport Infrastructure will soon support a widely used and mature transfer protocol, AS/2, building on the experience of the Irish members of OpenPEPPOL.
On the 1st April 2013, the new Large Scale Pilot (LSP) “Electronic Simple European Networked Services” - e-SENS was launched. E-SENS is another EU-funded project within the ICT Policy Support Programme (ICT PSP), under the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP), focused on strengthening the digital single market and facilitating public services across borders.
Lund University (Sweden), founded in 1666, has become service provider Visma Proceedo's first customer to receive electronic invoices via PEPPOL (Pan-European Public Procurement Online), the European technology specifications to align business processes for electronic procurement across all governments within Europe, aiming to expand market connectivity and interoperability between eProcurement communities.
OpenPEPPOL marks progress during the first international forum “Electronic commerce: challenges of Eurasian integration”.
During a recent Commission hosted workshop on the Digital Single Market, IBM announces the roll-out of PEPPOL based solutions across Europe, while OpenPEPPOL presents e-Invoicing developments and key stakeholders’ roles for the ongoing maintenance of the network.