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Interconnection of Service Providers - Ahti Allikas & Jari Salo

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Interconnection of Service Providers

Presentation from Ahti Allikas & Jari Salo, given on the 4th CEN Conference on e-invoicing from 18 June 2009 in Brussel.

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  • 1. ELECTRONIC INVOICES & COMPLIANCE TG5 – Framework for emerging network infrastructure of invoice operators throughout Europe CEN/ISSS WORKSHOP eInvoicing Phase 2 18.06.2009, Brussels
  • 2. Group Members Ahti Allikas (Chair) Peter Potgieser Jari Salo (Tech. ed.) Franco Ruggieri Francis Berthomieu Heli Salmi Maria Jesús Garcia Martin Giso Schoder Guido Colonnelli Christian Tanner Sören Lennartson Vito Umberto Vavalli Oliver van der Linden Lothar Winkelbauer eInvoicing & Compliance ©2005 CEN – all rights reserved 2 © 2008 CEN – all rights reserved 22/06/2009
  • 3. Agenda Introduction of working group 5 Why interconnectivity is important? Topics in scope and topics out of scope Topics covered To Be Done eInvoicing & Compliance ©2005 CEN – all rights reserved 3 © 2008 CEN – all rights reserved 22/06/2009
  • 4. Why Interconnectivity is important? 1400 1200 1000 800 B2B e-invoices (millions) Participants (thousands) 600 400 200 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 (estim.) Source: E-Invoicing / E-Billing in Europe (Bruno Koch, Billentis, February 2009) eInvoicing & Compliance ©2005 CEN – all rights reserved 6 © 2008 CEN – all rights reserved 22/06/2009
  • 5. Topics in scope B2B eInvoicing and operator functions Exchange of eInvoices between the operators eInvoice addressing Promote standards, recommendations and good practices General legal issues, taxation, signatures and archiving eInvoicing & Compliance ©2005 CEN – all rights reserved 7 © 2008 CEN – all rights reserved 22/06/2009
  • 6. Topics out of scope Commercial models between operators VAT issues Legal issues for eInvoice content Core components and other technical specifications Recommendations on technical solutions eInvoicing & Compliance ©2005 CEN – all rights reserved 8 © 2008 CEN – all rights reserved 22/06/2009
  • 7. Pre-assumptions one or many interoperable infrastructures (independent from individual customers) at least two members in each infrastructure 3 … n corner models are possible suppliers and buyers can join the infrastructure as one-stop shopping no need for additional agreement between supplier and buyer eInvoicing & Compliance ©2005 CEN – all rights reserved 9 © 2008 CEN – all rights reserved 22/06/2009
  • 8. Topics covered, CWA content #1 Interoperability framework Interconnection scenarios Operator criteria Interoperability agreement between operators Data interchange Routing (address) Message confirmation Conversion challenges Conversion scenarios Common format for eInvoice Minimum information content eInvoicing & Compliance ©2005 CEN – all rights reserved 10 © 2008 CEN – all rights reserved 22/06/2009
  • 9. Topics covered, CWA content #2 Message in envelope Original (e)Invoice Signature/Authentification Archiving Converging the TG5 approach with EEI group Standards and Networking stream eInvoicing & Compliance ©2005 CEN – all rights reserved 11 © 2008 CEN – all rights reserved 22/06/2009
  • 10. Thrid Party Services, CWA content #3 eInvoicing Address Registry Addressing schemes Minimum data content for address registry basic security measures Certification Centres Other third party services Archiving of eInvoices Workflow management eInvoicing & Compliance ©2005 CEN – all rights reserved 12 © 2008 CEN – all rights reserved 22/06/2009
  • 11. Use case for pan-European e-invoicing IS Dataformat D + Format B Supplier Customer Format Datafromat D A inhouse Dataformat C Operator Operator Original Invoice Signed Format B Signed Format B Signed Format B Original Invoice -Format B can be a data file (usually there is no need for format C, D etc), pre-assumption is that Supplier and Buyer can both recognize Format B, operator acts as a transmitter -Format B can be an image file (usually Format D is used for processing), operator acts as a transmitter and converter eInvoicing & Compliance ©2005 CEN – all rights reserved 13 © 2008 CEN – all rights reserved 22/06/2009
  • 12. To Be Done Creation of conformance criteria for interoperability across eBusiness networks and services Uniform and simple rules for original invoice (authenticity & integrity) … and to have that all in practise! eInvoicing & Compliance ©2005 CEN – all rights reserved 14 © 2008 CEN – all rights reserved 22/06/2009
  • 13. For more information, please contact: TG5 chair Ahti Allikas ahti.allikas@itella.com Phone +372 6519 000 GSM +372 5276 676 TG5 expert Jari Salo jari.salo@tieke.fi Phone +358 9 4763 0303 GSM +358 43 820 0936 Jari Salo, TIEKE, 2008 ©2005 CEN – all rights reserved 15 © 2008 CEN – all rights reserved 22/06/2009