Integrate tools in the beneficiaries' ERP systems (enterprise resource planning) that will use the EDICOM eInvoicing platform. This will promote and accelerate the use of eInvoicing mainly in the health sector in compliance with the requirements of the Directive 2014/55/EU.
The final user entities will develop their ERP software integrating the semantic model of the European standard. Afterwards, automated interoperation and intercommunication will be performed through the EDICOM B2B platform and its PEPPOL Access Point.
This project will allow 15 beneficiary entities, mainly from the health sector, to adopt the EN standard in terms of electronic invoice. Among these users are: 12 hospitals (from Hungary, Slovakia and from Belgium) will be able to receive compliant invoices, whilst 3 other entities (suppliers of Portuguese and Italian hospitals and a French university) will become both senders and receivers of electronic invoices.
To solve the whole complexity related to intercommunication and data integration, the consortium is coordinated by EDICOM, as Certification Authority and qualified Trust Service Provider (according to EU Regulation 910/2014), and will employ the EDICOM B2B Cloud Platform, used by more than 15.000 companies all over the world.
EDICOM B2B Cloud Platform is an interoperable platform that is already available as a node in the PEPPOL network, so the End Users are in communication with their partners (buyers or sellers) from all over the world, through secure protocols guaranteed by EDICOM as a qualified Trust Service Provider. The project is also based on the PEPPOL specifications considering that all participants will use a PEPPOL Access Point to communicate with others to exchange the electronic invoices.
Elaboration of a market analysis and a business plan to ensure the sustainability of the project by taking advantage of the beneficiaries entities to engage new public authorities after the end of the project.
Increase user awareness developing a communication plan to business, public authorities and other stakeholders in the health sector, based on a successful deployment of the solution during the project.
This activity includes the entire planification of the Project, it will also give support to the partners and will guarantee that all the control mechanisms are being applied according to the Quality Assurance Procedures. The coordination activity will be carried out out mainly by EDICOM, with the administrative and financial support of VALTIVA and UPV.
This activity will aim to complete the adoption of the European Standard on electronic invoicing from the whole Consortium.
The hospitals, supported by EDICOM, Asseco-SK and Asseco-HR, will identify the technical and legal requirements to be followed for the implementation in their systems, taking into account both the priorities of the CEF eInvoicing call and the evolution of the CEF eInvoicing, the CEF eDelivery building blocks and associated services.
The hospitals, supported by the corresponding managers, will implement in their technical and legal requirements. Each beneficiary will adopt the EU standard and will review the eIDAS Regulation and the national transcriptions of the EU eInvoicing Directive 2014/55/EU in their Member State context.
The technical manager, EDICOM, will apply guidelines to the participants' implementation and tests, contacting the European Commission when necessary, to review technical issues and define which evidences will be required to demonstrate the action´s results and each beneficiary eInvoicing solution. UPV and VALTIVA will also support the rest of the participants from a technical point of view.
Fifteen entities of the Consortium, mainly coming from the Public Health area, are expected to implement electronic invoice solutions. Each participant will develop a software integration of the European standard semantic model to comply with the Directive 2014/55/EU. The interoperation and intercommunication processes will be carried out within the EDICOM B2B and will also use PEPPOL Access Points to the exchange of the electronic invoices.
The eInvoicing solution of each use case will be implemented in accordance with its ERP system and eInvocing provider platform. Each implementation will be carried out separately in different processes of integration, intercommunication, map transformation and validation, and tests for exchanging different invoices formats using PEPPOL, user evaluations and report certifications.
The objective of this activity is to disseminate the results achieved in order to promote the initiative at European level. The dissemination aims to make the project sustainable in the future by promoting the adoption of EN by suppliers and customers. This will also consist of the beneficiaries' communications with their own clients, businesses and partners.
Several channels will be used to increase the visibility of the project and reach a greater audience of potential users of the platform. These channels are: a website dedicated to the project, as well as to different social networks such as Twitter and LinkedIn. It will also include participation in conferences, meetings and other events to disseminate the results of the action and to promote eInvoicing.
-EDICOM CAPITAL S.L. (EDICOM) - established in Spain (Coordinating Institution)
-Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) - established in Spain
-Valencia Interactiva, S.L. (VALTIVA) - established in Spain
-Universite De Besancon Franche-Comte (UFC) - established in France
-SUCH - Serviço de Utilização Comum dos Hospitais (SUCH) - established in Portugal
-Jorge S. Coelho & Associados - Consultores de Gestão, Lda. (SISCONSULT) - established in Portugal
-Asseco Central Europe, A.S. (Asseco - SK) - established in Slovakia
-Nemocnica svätého Michala, a.s. (SKMBP) - established in Slovakia
-Asseco Central Europe Magyarorszag Zrt. (Asseco -HU) - established in Hungary
-Szent Borbála Kórház (Borbála) - established in Hungary
-Bugát Pál Kórház (BPK) - established in Hungary
-Markhot Ferenc Teaching Hospital and Outpatient Clinic (MFTH) - established in Hungary
-Soproni Erzsébet Oktató Kórház és Rehabilitációs Intézet (Soproni) - established in Hungary
-Baja Szent Rókus Kórház (Baja) - established in Hungary
-Uzsoki Utcai Kórház (Uzsoki) - established in Hungary
-Péterfy Sándor utcai Kórház rendelőintézet és Baleseti Központ (Péterfy) - established in Hungary
-Albert Schweitzer Kórház- Rendeloinezet (Hatvan) - established in Hungary
-Szent Margit Kórház (Margit) - established in Hungary
-Országos Orvosi Rehabilitációs Intézet (National Institute of Medical Rehabilitation) (OORI) - established in Hungary
-LIMACORPORATE SPA (LIMA) - established in Italy
-Universitair Ziekenhuis Gent (UZ Gent) - established in Belgium
GOV2EU project has been successfully completed
VALTIVA publication on 08/03/2019 via Wold of Innovation dissemination portal
Electronic invoicing will be mandatory for e-Procurement processes in Portugal from 2020
EDICOM publication on 04/01/2019
Roadmap 2019: e-Procurement, e-Invoicing and e-VAT in Europe and Latin America
EDICOM publication on 16/11/2018
The “GOV2EU” project is a project funded by the European Commission to uptake e-invoice.
Why this project?
UPV publication on 05/07/2018 via UPV's GOV2EU website
The EU-funded initiative Govein launches its second project, GOV2EU
EDICOM publication on 04/10/2017
Other related CEF projects
Implementation of the European electronic invoice within the Public Health area
Preparing Public Hospitals from Belgium, Poland, Austria, Hungary and Italy to the eInvoicing European Norm