EU co finance

Transalis has successfully concluded its interoperability tests with European consortium partners and upgraded its AS4 PEPPOL Access Point as a certified CEF eDelivery service provider.

PEPPOL is being used in all EU member states plus United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore and The United States.

The Transalis PEPPOL Access Point connects organisations with thousands of trading partners already registered on the PEPPOL network, exchanging orders, advance shipping notes, invoices, catalogues, and more.

The main objective of the initiative was to implement the latest AS4 protocol and upgrade the Service Metadata Publishers (SMP). The project also required Transalis to review and implement the technical requirements in accordance with CEF eDelivery building blocks and associated services documentation, as well as conformance and connectivity testing.

PROAS4 is a project co-funded by the European Commission, the initiative through the CEF Telecom programme managed by HaDEA.

ESAM Tecnología co-ordinated the activities with consortium partners Transalis, Pinkroccade, Elcom, Easy Systems and Digital Cab.

Agreement N.º: INEA / CEF / ICT / A2019 / 1930700

Action No: 2019-EU-IA-0009

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