The EU4Digital eDelivery pilot between Ukraine and Poland, launched in October, was successfully concluded at the end of November 2020. The completion of the pilot means that the cross-border trade partners from Ukraine and Poland have successfully exchanged standardised invoice data in the Peppol eDelivery Network.
While the pilot activity has finished, Ukraine continues to show its interest in further promoting the reuse of eDelivery. In order to do so, the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine, which coordinated the pilot in Ukraine, has initiated various communication activities, including a webinar on eDelivery which was held in December 2020.
During the hour-long webinar, organised with the EU4Digital Facility, the purpose and key benefits of the eDelivery solution were highlighted by EU4Digital senior experts. Ukrainian participants, including the Access Point owner State Enterprise ‘DIIA’ and participating import and export companies, Kernel and Premier Food, together with EDI service provider EDIN, also shared their feedback and experience on participating in the pilot.
The webinar can be watched here.
In addition to the EU-EaP pilot between Ukraine and Poland, the EU4Digital Facility has now also initiated an inter-EaP pilot between Ukraine and Armenia, and preparatory activities began in December. After that, the EU4Digital Facility will prepare recommendations regarding the required legal, organisational and technical adjustments for full-scale solution implementation, as well as eDelivery scale-up in the Eastern partner countries. The recommendations will be followed by a final webinar with the aim of presenting the recommendations and to consider the future perspective of reuse of the solution.
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