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vendredi, janvier 27 2017

Poland’s eInvoicing gateway aims to comply with EU standards

Poland

Poland aims to develop a centrally managed gateway for eInvoicing and joining OpenPEPPOL last month confirms its commitment to EU standards

In comparison to CHORUS PRO portal, the french gateway, the polish project of Platform (PeF) is very alike. A one stop portal for eInvoicing desserving the whole public sector. The ambition of the polish authority goes somewhere beyond. The platform will be able to manage not only eInvoicing but eOrdering. This mean handling all transactions supporting the supply chain management like DesAdv, RecAdv and reporting. This would greatly facilitate order-invoice reconciliation currently out of scope of the french platform leaving that process to an outside loop between suppliers and contracting authorities.

Becoming a member of OpenPEPPOL , a non profit association representing the EU strong arm of the European Commission for the deployment of standards in the public procurement along with the next European norme, Poland definitely sticks to EU standards proritizing the EU roadmap. Deciding to devolve to PEPPOL and its four corners model infrastructure network using SMP adressing, PeF will be irrigated by several PEPPOL access certified points selected after a call of interest expected for the 2nd quarter of 2017. The platform is expected to be up and running in Q3 2018.

Read more about on PEPPOL website

http://www.peppol.eu/news/PolandjoinsOpenPEPPOLasmembernumber200

samedi, novembre 5 2016

A recent decree enforces by law E-Invoicing to the French public sector

RF

A decree published this month enforces by law the regulation of the 26th of june 2014 (1) mandating eInvoicing to the French public sector. This decree confirms what mandatory fields or specific informations like legal commitment, have to be mesntionned on the invoice.


Having reminded in preamble the roadmap for deployment starting January 1st 2017, the decree 2016-1478 , November 2nd 2016 states in article 1 the list of mandatory information:

  1. Issuance date
  2. Identification of the sender and the recipient
  3. Invoice number based upon a continuous chronologic sequence or a serial numbering
  4. The purchase order or the legal commitment number issued by the purchasing system of the public entity
  5. The identifier code of the service in charge of the payment
  6. The delivery date of the good or service
  7. The designation and the quantity delivered
  8. The unit price
  9. The total amount net to pay, the total tax amount, the breakdown in tax amount by rate of tax
  10. Eventually, payment terms or specific charge & allowance


Article 3 states that every invoice has to be transmitted or uploaded to the centrally managed gateway (CHORUS PORTAL PRO) and article 4 says that this obligation do no suffer any exception.

Article 5 amends the decree of march 29, 2013 (2) concerning term and conditions of payment by adding that the valid date considered in the payment is not the date of the invoice but the date of acceptance as time stamped by the system (in EDI mode) or the notification date by CPP to the buyer (in case of PORTAL upload).

  • (1) Décret no 2016-1478 du 2 novembre 2016 relatif au développement de la facturation électronique
  • (2) Décret n° 2013-269 du 29 mars 2013 relatif à la lutte contre les retards de paiement dans les contrats de la commande publique

samedi, octobre 29 2016

PAGERO connection with CHORUS PORTAL PRO the French eInvoicing gateway for the public sector is up and running

Pagero

In the last months, TACD Cartena, liaising with Ministry of Finance agency AIFE, has carried out an intensive piece of work along with PAGERO, one of the leading PEPPOL service providers in Europe to ensure end to end testing and technical interoperability to the French eInvoicing platform.
PAGERO, leading eInvoicing service provider and PEPPOL certified access point well known in the eInvoicing and healthcare market especially in the Nordic countries expands operations throughout Europe. In France, PAGERO connection to CHORUS PORTAL PRO, the French public sector gateway to is now fully operationnal. “As founder of TACD Cartena and Open PEPPOL correspondent in France, I am very happy to see the PEPPOL galaxy growing” says Thierry AMADIEU. With PAGERO FRANCE, many organizations including several northern Europe suppliers are now in a position to easily reach the French public entities over the PEPPOL network or through EDI without making major changes to their billing system or ERP. Our mission at TACD Cartena was to provide an external technical project management resource to PAGERO and, with our experience of CHORUS, anticipate the alignment to the technical specifications or specific business requirements and organize the technical developments. 3 months later, after the testing phase, PAGERO is in a position to carry out end to end eInvoicing transfer in in the pre-production and then production environment with the 15 pilots selected by AIFE as representative sample of the whole public sector in France.


lundi, octobre 24 2016

Le NHS trouve des bénéfices cliniques à gérer ses stocks avec PEPPOL pour une meilleure prise en charge du patient

NHS

Le NHS Britannique expose les rudiments de sa strategy eProcurement et édite une plaquette dans laquelle il souligne les bénéfices apportés au système santé par une meilleure prise en charge du patient. Comment ? Par l'utilisation de technologies mises en œuvre par PEPPOL et GS1 qui ont permis dans d’autres domaines comme la grande distribution ou l’automobile une intégration extrêmement efficace et réactive de la chaîne de valeur et de la traçabilité.

En raison d'un manque de données suffisamment précises et immédiatement accessibles, les hôpitaux et leurs fournisseurs sont incapables de mettre en œuvre des processus de livraison efficaces, rationalisés qui pourraient améliorer la gestion des stocks et éviter le risque de ruptures. L’impossibilité de contrôler ces processus augmente les coûts et les déchets et peut nuire à la prise en charge du patient.

Une meilleure traçabilité
Dans un certain nombre de cas, le suivi des fournitures médicales est indispensable. Ce sont notamment les dispositifs implantables ou les produits pharmaceutiques à durée de vie limitée, les produits médicaux qui nécessitent un entretien régulier ou qui doivent être contrôlés. Pour illustrer le risque lié au défaut de traçabilité, le NHS prend l’exemple des prothèses mammaires PIP frauduleuses.


Pourquoi PEPPOL et GS1 ?

Pour le NHS un choix s’impose, celui de GS1 pour la codification des produits et de PEPPOL pour les échanges de messages eProcurement, catalogue, commande et facture. Un choix qui aurait pu aussi bien inspirer les autorités françaises. Entre 2011 et 2013,nous avons réalisé deux pilotes eCatalogue avec PEPPOL, l’un avec le CHRU de Montpellier l’autre avec le RESAH et l’ARS Ile de France, ces deux initiatives conduites avec succès sont restées sans lendemain.

http://www.peppolbasics.info/e-invoicing-explained/

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