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PEPPOL
Business
requiremernts
Jostein Frømyr
Transport Infrastructure Agreement (TIA) Coordinator
Edisys Consulting AS / Agency for Public Management
and eGovernment (Norway)
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The PEPPOL project
PEPPOL - Pan European Public Procurement Online
The PEPPOL project is the result of the European
Competitiveness and Innovation Programme (CIP) ICT Policy
Support Programme (ICTPSP) 2007 and 2009 Call for Proposals
Pilot A objective: Enabling EU-wide public eProcurement
50% EU contribution for achieving interoperability
Coordinated by the Norwegian Agency for Public Management
and eGovernment (Difi)
Consortium and scope:
18 beneficiaries from 11 countries
Total budget 30,8 M€
8 work packages, <1.600 person months and 10 M€ on sub-contractors
Project start up: 1 May 2008, duration 52 months (Pending EC approval)
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The business case
Government procurement in the European Union account
for around 19% of GDP, which is over 2.200 billion Euro
It has been estimated that if eProcurement were
introduced in all EU contracting authorities, annual savings
could exceed 50 billion EUR*
Less than 5% of total procurement budgets is awarded
through electronic systems**
Only 1,6% of contracts are awarded to undertakings from
another Member State***
*Source: Deutsche Bank Research: E-procurement, February 2011
**Source: Green Paper on expanding the use of e-Procurement in the EU. SEC(2010) 1214
***Source: Green Paper on the modernisation of EU public procurement policy - Towards a more efficient European Procurement Market
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….. for public sector
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Experience from the use of
electronic invoicing in Denmark
shows that supplies generally
receives payment earlier then
before!
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An internal report by Austrian
government from 2002 claims
that by applying an electronic
order process (catalogue to
payment), the time spent on the
process can be reduced by
some 60%!
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In Denmark it is estimated that there were
approximately 55 mill. purchase orders in 2005.
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For simplicity let’s assume 1 PO = 1 transaction, each
with a time saving of 15 minutes
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Denmark is approximately 3% of EU GDP
1 day interest at 3% on 2 200 billion
€ 180 821 918 per day
250 000 person years
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….. for privat sector
2-3 €
per invoice
4-12 €
per invoice
Up to 65 €
per trans.
Source: Alessandro Perego, Politecnico di Milano School of Management
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Challenges in the current market
It is very costly to establish new connections
It is complicated to migrate to a new service provider
Many solutions are custom built to enable e-invoicing... Only
My service provider cannot connect to some of my trading partners service
providers
Cross border exchange is pretty much impossible unless my trading partners
uses my service provider (or if I use theirs)
I have customers in several countries, all using their own domestic e-invoice
formats (not always possible for me to use)
I receive a lot of electronic invoices that are incorrect. It takes lots of efforts to
identify the issues
I want to check if my customers can receive electronic invoices (and what
format they use)
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The goal
PEPPOL goal is to enable European businesses to easily deal
electronically with any European public sector buyers in their
procurement processes, thereby:
Increase opportunities for greater competition for government contracts,
giving better value for tax payers money
encourage new and innovative ICT services
simplify access to larger markets for suppliers (especially SMEs)
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How PEPPOL helps solve the
Challenges
Aligning business processes:
Defining standards based PEPPOL Business Interoperability
Specifications
Developing interoperable technologies:
Connecting the “islands of eProcurement” through PEPPOL
Document Transport Infrastructure/eDelivery solution
Addressing common legal issues:
Establishing tools for uniform handling of eSignatures, eAttestations
and eCatalogues
Establishing a legal framework for many-to-many interoperability
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Aligning business processes
”PEPPOL will… Implementing the results of the
CEN/ISSS WS “Business Interoperability Interfaces
on public procurement in Europe” (CEN BII)”
André Hoddevik, Project Director, PEPPOL
PEPPOL Conference February 2010
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The PEPPOL Document Transport
Infrastructure
One common transport protocol between APs – BusDox START
A PEPPOL AP Provider is free to use any transport protocol towards his own customers
A common minimum SLA
A PEPPOL AP and/or SMP Provider is free to offer a
higher SLA or any service he likes towards his own
customers
No charges between PEPPOL SML, AP and/or SMP
Providers
A PEPPOL AP and/or SMP Provider is free to
determine his own charges towards his customers
Commonly defined business documents
Only business documents approved by the PEPPOL
Coordinating Authority or one of the PEPPOL
Regional Authorities may be exchanged between
the APs
Commonly defined identifiers
Only identifier schemes approved by the PEPPOL Coordinating Authority may be used for
routing between the APs
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Scope for PEPPOL solutions
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Legal framework for many-to-many
interoperability
The Coordinating Authority provides European
wide governance for:
the PEPPOL Agreements
the PEPPOL Technical Standards
the PEPPOL Service Specifications
the PEPPOL SML
Community
agreement
The Regional Authority provides
regional governance for:
the implementation and use of the transport
infrastructure
the legal framework for specific AP and SMP
agreements
specific requirements applicable within a domain
Provider
agreement
The PEPPOL AP and SMP Providers
provides the actual services to the end
users according to PEPPOL
specifications.
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PEPPOL is live!
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Future of PEPPOL
OpenPEPPOL
Long term sustainability through user driven governance
An entity by the users for the users
Continued cooperation between MS and EU
Short term plans: Further development and implementation of
eProcurement building blocks in new Pilot A, ISA operations
Medium term plans: Connecting Europe Facility (CEF)
Continued Standardisation
CEN initiatives on eProcurement business process standardisation
OASIS/other initiatives on eDelivery/Document Transport Infrastructure
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eProcurement
without borders in
Europe
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