Last week, mySupply and the Ministry of Economy achieved a significant milestone for electronic document exchange in Denmark. We successfully transmitted the first documents between two parties using the NemHandel eDelivery infrastructure.
As we previously mentioned, the Danish Business Authority (Erhvervsstyrelsen) is upgrading NemHandel to the common European eDelivery infrastructure, making it easier for businesses to collaborate across national borders.
This achievement has been met with great enthusiasm by both mySupply and the Ministry of Economy. It marks an important milestone, reaffirming our position as pioneers in testing and validating new national infrastructure. This benefits not only our own customers but also other Danish companies using electronic invoices and other business documents.
Electronic document exchange has long been recognized as an efficient way to streamline business processes. It saves time, reduces paper consumption, and enhances the accuracy of data exchange. With the implementation of the NemHandel eDelivery infrastructure, Denmark is entering a new era of digitalization that will help companies streamline their operations and enhance their competitiveness in the international market.
We are thrilled and proud of our collaboration with the Ministry of Economy, and we look forward to achieving more successes in our partnership.