Tickstar successfully completes CEF interoperability tests for Galaxy Gateway

Tickstar successfully completes CEF interoperability tests for Galaxy Gateway

Written by Malin

Tickstar has successfully completed interoperability testing for the project AS4EDI (“European EDI Providers integrating the AS4 eSENS Profile”). AS4EDI is an eDelivery CEF Telecom project co-financed by the European Commission.

Tickstar is also about to completing eDelivery Conformance and Connectivity testing. Upon completing these tests, Tickstar will be able to offer CEF eDelivery AS4 conformant solutions. 

I am looking forward to being able to offer an eDelivery conformant Access Point to our existing customer base as well as new customers through our eDelivery cloud service Galaxy Gateway.

Hans Berg, Business Development Manager

Background on the EU-project

Tickstar is part of the AS4EDI19 project, coordinated by Universitat de València, together with eDelivery Service providers from several European member states.

The objectives of the project are to promote the use of the eDelivery Digital Service Infrastructure (DSI) among public and private entities and to integrate the AS4 protocol into six certified Peppol Access Points and their respective Service Metadata Publishers (SMP).

eDelivery is one of the CEF Building Blocks. It helps public administrations to exchange electronic data and documents with other public administrations, businesses and citizens, in an interoperable, secure, reliable and trusted way.

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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