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    • www.peppol.eu Pan-European Public Procurement Online (PEPPOL) André Hoddevik Agency for Public Management and eGovernment (Difi) (NO) Secretary General OpenPEPPOL AISBL PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL
    • The eProcurement landscape Fragmented eProcurement market KEY CHALLENGES driven by various groups developing Closed networks, locked-in solutions industry or country specific solutions and lack of interoperability, Low levels of government resulting in “islands of e-procurement” involvement, usage, or legislative Multitude of standards and formats, incentives resulting in need for conversion and Lack of coordinated vision between increased cost and complexity all participants - private and public Lack of focus on the big picture: the complete purchase-to-pay process Belief that wide-scale resulting in single process oriented standardisation ‘will never happen’ solutions - reminiscent of the pre-Internet period PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL
    • The PEPPOL VisionThe PEPPOL vision is:“To enable businesses tocommunicate electronically withany European governmentinstitution in the procurementprocess, increasing efficienciesand reducing costs.”The PEPPOL project (2008-2012) was launched to address the key eProcurementchallenges in Europe. It has been jointly funded by the EC and a consortium of 18government agencies from 11 member states. PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL
    • PEPPOL Components:focus on the critical phases PEPPOL Network (Transport Infrastructure and Agreements for network governance); eSignature validation, eAttestations (VCD) PEPPOL Business Interoperability Specifications (PEPPOL BIS) to implement standards-based eProcurement solutions for eCatalogues, eOrdering, eInvoicing PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL
    • PEPPOL benefits Connect once and communicate with everyone in the PEPPOL network, enjoying the value of using PEPPOL specifications for standards-based solutions for Pan-European e-procurement interoperability PEPPOL reduces the cost and complexity of implementing e-procurement, using one single set of standard specifications accepted by any public sector authority across the EU, instead of adapting to a multitude of formats and non compatible standards By using standard-based components to improve supplier access to a wider e-procurement market across borders, PEPPOL provides opportunities for greater competition, lowering buyers’ sourcing costs Widespread PEPPOL adoption by public sector buyers and their suppliers throughout Europe will create significant demand for more advanced IT solutions and services. PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL
    • Building the PEPPOL community Network Effect: Evolution of active Access Points and BIS enabled platforms for eCatalogues, eOrders and eInvoices deployed by various Providers around Europe (status on 31.08.2012) Countries with PEPPOL activity: Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Austria, Italy, France, Greece, UK, Germany, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, IrelandPage 6 PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL
    • OpenPEPPOL AISBLThe PEPPOL project reached a successful completion, with PEPPOLspecifications being implemented across Europe. OpenPEPPOL AISBL* hasbeen operational from 1st of September 2012, taking over responsibilities.OpenPEPPOL’s goals are: Encourage European governments and their suppliers to continue implementing eProcurement using the PEPPOL specifications and promoting best practices Encourage the development of innovative PEPPOL-based ICT products and services supporting public procurement processes, promoting their use also in the B2B context Ensure that the PEPPOL network continues to grow in an open, accessible and compliant manner, supporting interoperability for European public services and helping Europe move towards a Digital Single Market*OpenPEPPOL is an international non-profit organisation under Belgian law founded byformer PEPPOL consortium partners, membership open to public and private organisations PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL
    • Summary PEPPOL offers solutions for both pre-award and post-award procurement processes PEPPOL offers Pan-European eProcurement interoperability through PEPPOL Transport Infrastructure (European wide addressing, reliable messaging) PEPPOL Business Interoperability Specifications (PEPPOL BIS) PEPPOL Transport Infrastructure Agreements (many-to-many regime) The PEPPOL project reached a successful completion 31st of August, with OpenPEPPOL operational from 1st of September 2012 Membership in OpenPEPPOL is now open to a wide range of public and private organisationsPage 8 PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL
    • Join the OpenPEPPOL community! For more information: E-mail info@peppol.eu Web address www.peppol.euwww.peppol.eu PEPPOL is owned by OpenPEPPOL AISBL