The 2nd AS4EDI19 consortium meeting outlines the next steps
Galaxy Gateway – soon CEF eDelivery capable
Tickstar is part of the AS4EDI19 project, coordinated by Universitat de València, together with eDelivery Service providers from several European member states.
The aim of the project is to add CEF AS4 capability to Galaxy Gateway eDelivery Cloud services and to adapt to SMP (service metadata publisher) specification that is used by CEF eDelivery.
The AS4EDI19 project celebrated its second consortium meeting on September 23rd, during which the activities carried out were reviewed and the next steps to be completed were discussed.
The participants of the initiative have already delivered their Individual Solution Designs and are immersed in the implementation of their solutions to move to the next phase in which they will be validated with the CEF eDelivery test service.
Thanks to this action, a large number of European entities will have access to the cross-border exchange of business documents in compliance with the eDelivery AS4 specifications. In addition, AS4EDI19 will promote the use of eDelivery around Europe.
AS4EDI19 is co-financed by the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency of the European Commission and was approved under the CEF Telecom Program. You can get further information on the official website: http://cef.uv.es/as4edi19/
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