EURINV project updates

EURINV project updates

1 Apr 2020
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Several flagship projects have been implemented to promote the European Directive 2014/55/EU – which establishes the grounds for a common European standard for electronic invoicing – and the benefits of digital standardization across Europe. One of them is the EURINV project, which Celtrino are participating in as part of a collaboration with the Dublin Simon Community.

EURINV (“Implementing the European Standard in consolidated e-invoicing cloud platforms”) is an e-invoicing project co-financed by the European Commission within the CEF Telecom Program, managed by the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency through the CEF-TC-2018-2 Call. The project is coordinated by the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) with the support of LMT Group for technical and administrative aspects.

As part of the project consortium, Celtrino is providing the Dublin Simon Community with a fully compliant integrated e-invoice approval workflow solution. There are 7 EDI Providers and 2 public entities participating in EURINV from Ireland, Belgium, Finland, Italy, The Netherland, France, Spain, Germany and Slovakia.

The EURINV consortium members have recently concluded the first phase of the project – the ‘analysis’ phase. Celtrino and the other participant EDI providers, with the support of the LMT and UPV, have identified the technical and legal requirements in order to move on to the technical implementation phase.

The national context of the participants and their use cases has also been studied as part of the analysis phase, and the requirements established by the national transpositions of the European Directive are being taken into account.

Following on from the ‘analysis’ phase of the EURINV project is the ‘technical implementation’ phase, in which the participants are adopting the valid syntaxes (UBL and CII) of the EU Directive for their eInvoicing solutions, becoming aligned with the aforementioned directive.

The EURINV project is another significant step towards achieving full cross-border efficiency in electronic trading, and Celtrino is delighted to be a part of it.


Keep updated with the next stages of this project on its official website:

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