OIOXML is the original format for electronic invoices and has specified standards for invoices and credit memos. In the public sector, OIOXML was replaced by OIOUBL in 2011, but can still be used between private companies. For businesses that need to use both OIOXML and OIOUBL, mySupply has developed a converter that converts between the two formats.
OIOUBL is the successor to OIOXML and is the format you must use when doing business with the public sector. OIOUBL is a Danish adaptation of the international e-commerce standard UBL 2.0, and can therefore be used across national borders. The OIOUBL format is comprised of a number of different documents for e-commerce, including catalog documents, orders and payment reminders, significantly increasing the possibilities to design coherent business processes and thereby benefiting both customers and suppliers. The advantage of using the OIOUBL format is that it automates procurement flows so that electronic documents can be validated and automatically matched, resulting in time and cost savings. OIOUBL 2.02 is the current version of this document standard. standarden. Read more about OIOUBL.
PEPPOL BIS (EU)
PEPPOL is essentially the Europe-wide version of the Danish NemHandel infrastructure, and PEPPOL BIS (Business Interoperability Specifications) is the document standard used in PEPPOL-based exchanges. PEPPOL BIS ensures a standardization of electronic documents that can be exchanged via Access Points between customers and suppliers across Europe. Our solutions support the document standard PEPPOL BIS. Read more about PEPPOL.
SveFaktura is the Swedish standard for the exchange of electronic documents. Like the Danish OIOUBL standard, the Swedish SveFaktura is an adaptation of the international e-commerce standard UBL. SFTI (Single Face To Industry), the Swedish association of authorities working together to promote e-commerce in Sweden, recommends the use of SveFaktura for all industries. mySupply’s solutions for electronic invoicing supports the SveFaktura document standard. Read more about SveFaktura.
The electronic document standard for exchanging documents in Norway is called EHF (Elektronisk Handelsformat). EHF is a Norwegian adaptation of the common European invoicing format. Norwegian public authorities and private companies use EHF to exchange electronic documents. We have already implemented several solutions with electronic invoicing in Norway, and we also like to help you get started. You can read more about the Norwegian EHF standard here.
The Austrian document standard is E-RECHNUNG, and just like in Denmark, Austrian public institutions require electronic invoices. Our solutions support the document standard E-RECHNUNG. Read more about E-RECHNUNG.
TEAPPSXML and Finvoice (FI)
TEAPPS XML and Finvoice are the document standards for exchanging electronic documents in Finland. TEAPPS XML is based on the VAN approach, where you deliver your documents to a VAN provider who then distributes them to the correct recipient(s). Finvoice is a publicly available invoicing standard provided by Finnish banks. We have already helped several customers get started with electronic document exchange in Finland, and we can do the same for you. If you want to learn more about the Finnish document standards, you can read more here.
EDIFACT (Electronic Data Interchange for Administration Commerce and Transport) is an international standard developed by the United Nations for the exchange of data. Our solutions support EDIFACT.
System-specific document standards
In addition to the above standard documents, mySupply also supports a wide range of system-specific document standards such as SAP IDOC INVOIC01, INOVIC02 and ORDERS05 as well as financial transactions, accounts payable transactions, credit cards, sales orders, item cards, etc. for Microsoft Dynamics AX2012 and many other systems. A large number of document types, such as XML, PDF, TIFF, JPG, MS Excel and CSV, are also supported.