Seminar on e-invoicing

This week, our CEO, Henri Taipale, will participate and have a presentation in a seminar arranged in Finland, by Tieke.
The topic of the seminar is on e-invoicing and many big players and companies like Kesko will be present. Hopefully you will be able to join – if not and you are interested in the material, please let us know!

(About Tieke:
TIEKE Finnish Information Society Development Centre has a key networking role as a neutral and non-profit organisation in promoting the efforts of its members, within the public and private sectors alike, with an ultimate goal to create viable tools and expertise for use in the information society.
TIEKE´s membership mirrors an entire spectrum of Finnish society and all key players in the information society, totalling to more than one hundred organisations and companies. Members represent business enterprises who develop, manufacture, market, and support ICT products and services, as well as companies and organisations who deploy ICT in their operations. Also several ministries and public agencies, some of them directly involved in the promotion of Information Society development, have joined TIEKE’s membership.
TIEKE´s main functions reflect the rapidly changing ICT environment in being flexible to change course from time to time according to need. As of today, TIEKE’s main focus is on the development of networking and interoperability.)

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