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Keywords: Open e-PRIOR, electronic invoicing, e-invoicing, e-procurement, Directorate-General for Informatics
News | 24 October 2011
The Directorate-General for Informatics has recently announced that Open e-PRIOR, the open-source e-procurement platform, will soon include a web portal for e-invoicing allowing small and medium enterprises and individuals to submit electronic invoices to their customers who have already installed Open e-PRIOR.
The suppliers will be able to manually encode their invoices through a web form and submit them electronically to the customer. The e-procurement platform e-PRIOR then sends them to the appropriate back office of the customer, where invoices are processed following the usual validation flow.
The main goal is to offer the public administrations in the EU States a full e-invoicing solution, covering all of their suppliers, including small and medium enterprises and individuals, who will have the possibility to switch to e-invoicing without additional cost investment.
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