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A white paper from Innopay suggests an inclusive e-invoicing network model meeting a wide range of requirements is possible
The full report is available at www.innopay.com
With a fragmented array of services and service providers, the European electronic invoicing market has failed to take off
as initially hoped. According to Innopay’s Jaap Jan Nienhuis and Chiel Liezenberg, coauthors of the company’s white paper
on electronic invoicing,
Towards an inclusive e-invoicing network model , the ideal pan-European e-invoicing network should provide universal reach (all sending and receiving trading entities have
access to the e-invoicing network model) and be inclusive (the network model should also allow for the inclusion of different
categories of service providers to deliver their services).
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