May 18, 2021
Successfull Conclusion of AS4EDI19
Through the last 18 months, we have participated in the AS4EDI19 project with a consortium of European EDI providers (Crediflow AB, Tickstar AB, Qvalia Group AB, Net4market S.R.L. and mySupply ApS). The project was coordinated by Universitat de Valéncia (UVEG) with technical sparring from the LMT Group.
The project has made mySupply one of the first providers, who can offer our customers the most updated and effective solution for electronic document exchange. The project was co-financed by the Health and Digital Executive Agency (HaDEA) from the European Commision, formerly Innonvation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA). It was granted under the CEF Telecom Program on the eDelivery category.
During the project development, we integrated the AS4 protocol into our Peppol Access Point and its corresponding SMP (Service Metadate Publishers). This process began with research of the European and national contexts and concluded with the interoperability and CEF conformance tests, which ensured our solution was working.
The end of this project means that we can now provide a service to our customers, aligned with the eIDAS Regulation, and responding to the requirements established by the European Union for the electronic delivery of documents.
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