Why PEPPOL matters for your e-invoicing in Europe
December 01, 2016
PEPPOL is the first real widespread attempt at a framework for resolving the most important interoperability issues with business documents. Thus the infrastructure has the potential to make your accounts receivable and payable processes vastly more efficient than they are today.
But what does PEPPOL really mean for your daily work? Is it difficult to join the framework, and it is really as complicated as it looks? Do you still need to care even if it’s not a widespread standard in your country? We’ll answer all these questions and more in a webinar focused exclusively on helping you get to grips with PEPPOL.
Who should attend: Accounts professionals keen on boosting their organization’s electronic capability, as well as those for whom PEPPOL is currently intangible.
Duration: 45 min
Speakers: from OpusCapita
Ahti Allikas, Solution Owner, Partners and Networks. Ahti has been active in the e-invoicing industry since the year 2000. A large part of his work lies in developing the e-invoicing ecosystem in Europe, for which he is a member of the executive committee of the European E-invoicing Service Providers Association (EESPA) and serves as the OpusCapita representative towards the OpenPEPPOL Association.
Heikki Pulli, Solution Owner, B2B integrations. Heikki has fifteen years of experience in customer-focused business development, particularly electronic supply chain management, electronic invoicing, and integration and data management solutions. At OpusCapita, he is responsible for B2B integration solutions globally and for promoting digital business networks among customers and stakeholders.
Matts Ek, Head of eInvoice onboarding. Matts has more than twenty years of experience in customer-focused business development within the B2B/B2G sector, particularly electronic invoicing, EDI integration and data management solutions. At OpusCapita, he is responsible for Global B2B onboarding program for supplier and buyer engagement and for promoting digital business networks among customers and trading partners.