Collaborations initiated by the European Commission
The European Commission supports several different activities to increase the digitization of its member states. Within our focus area, electronic communications, there are opportunities to seek support for, among other things, implementing e-Identification, communication (AS4), and message formatting.
From January 1, 2019, Viaduct participates in a European collaboration on the AS4 communication protocol, and the introduction of Service Metadata Publisher (SMP) for addressing in the OpenPeppol network. This is implemented together with 5 other access points under the leadership of the University of Valencia and the LMT group. The other access points are based in Belgium, Finland, the Netherlands, France and England.
Read more about the project on the LMT group's website
POOL-TSP between 1 of July 2018 until 30 of June 2019
We at Viaduct are one of 10 companies that collaborate in a EU co-financed project under the leadership of the Spanish LMT Group, and in collaboration with the University of Valencia. The companies are from Norway, Sweden, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Ireland, Iceland, and Italy.
The project, called POOL-TSPs, is known as the 2017 CEF Telecom Call - eInvoicing (CEF-TC-2017-3), aimed at helping participating companies to implement European Standard (EN) in existing electronic invoicing solutions. This means that our solutions will handle both invoices on the Peppol BIS Billing 3.0 and Cross Industry Invoice formats as well as sending them via the AS4 protocol.
Read more about the POOL TSP project
In addition to the POOL TSP project, we have started work on implementing AS4 and setting up an SMP in a separate project.
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For several years now, Viaduct AB is a member of Peppol, a non-profit organization that works for simpler electronic communications between the public sector and companies in different countries.
Peppol was initially a project launched by the EU, that today is working on developing standards for message formats and communications that can be used for easier and faster start-ups. Peppol cooperates with the European Commission and follows, among other things, the Commission's Directive on Electronic Billing and AS4 Communications.
Read more about Peppol