As members of the EURINV19 consortium, Qvalia participated in the meeting that was celebrated on December 1 2020, to review the milestones achieved during the project and the next steps to take. The European Commission is funding the initiative through the CEF Telecom program.
The action aims to update the electronic invoicing platforms of five e-invoice operators including Qvalia, to be fully compliant with the new European e-invoicing standard required syntaxes UBL and CII and the respective national legislation of their home countries, and provide the compliant e-invoicing solution to end users.
The result is full compliance with the European standard objectives concerning international transactions.
Participating in the project are Universitat de València, LMT Group, Elcom, SATA, Trinity College, NetEDI, Generix Group France, Crediflow, Qvalia, Transalis, Easy Systems, Tatra Billing, Carrefour, and Althea.
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