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Laboratory for Internet and Innovative Technologies
Abstract

This paper introduces a new approach to modeling of e-Ordering and e-Invoicing solutions. Today, electronic means to conduct purchases and sales are essential activities for companies operations, and they need to decide how to implement e-Ordering and e-Invoicing, what software solutions to use, and how to integrate them successfully with their current software. The nature and application field of electronic services such as e-Ordering and e-Invoicing dictates increased interoperability between different platforms. EU-introduced Pan-European Public Procurement Online project, presents an effort for unifying the large variety of procurement solutions from various EU and non-EU countries, and uses CEN/BII profiles to introduce interoperability between them. This paper presents the summary of our analysis of the CEN/BII profiles, and introduces modifications and improvements to this model, to help the flexibility and ease of further modification of the model.

Authors

Kiril Kiroski, Marjan Gusev, and Magdalena Kostoska

Keywords

e-Invoicing, e-Ordering, CEN/BII profiles

Full Paper

The technical report is published as a paper in ICT Innovations 2011, Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing, (ed. Ljupco Kocarev), Springer Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, 2012, volume 150/2012

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