Partners 2019

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+++ E-Invoicing Exchange Summit in Singapore on November 05 and 06, 2019 +++

Learn more about how to benefit from a Partnership with the E-Invoicing Exchange Summit here.

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The Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) is the PEPPOL Authority in Singapore, spearheading the nationwide E-Invoicing initiative. The PEPPOL network in Singapore has gone live on 9 January 2019. Enterprises can connect to the network to gain improved efficiency, reduced cost and faster payment cycles as well as access to new financing options.


Industry Partners

IBM has been a leading global provider of electronic trade, supply chain, invoicing and EDI-based services for over 30 years. As founder-member of OpenPEPPOL, IBM has operated PEPPOL services since 2007, and in 2018, rebuilt its global PEPPOL infrastructure entirely, and now operates 3 access point clusters, located in Dublin, Ohio, and Frankfurt, Germany, and serving the global markets. On-premise PEPPOL capabilities are offered by a number of IBM Business Partners. IBM is deeply committed to the spirit of openness, simplification and standardization embodied by the 4-corner-model, and sees this as key to unlocking global electronic trade interoperability. In addition to traditional EDI services, IBM has invested heavily in combining AI, Analytics and blockchain capabilities with supply chain data, in order to facilitate better insight and value.

Headquartered in Houston, OFS Portal LLC is a group of globally diverse suppliers helping operators in the use of industry best practices when digitizing their supply chain, promoting cost-effective approaches in making eCommerce a reality for both suppliers and operators. Membership is open to any supplier in Oil & Gas. Current OFS Portal Members include: Baker Hughes a GE Company, Halliburton, Schlumberger Oilfield, Select Energy Services, Total Safety, and Weatherford International.

OpenPEPPOL is a non-profit international association responsible for the governance and maintenance of the PEPPOL specifications that enable European businesses to easily deal electronically with any European public sector buyer in their procurement processes. PEPPOL is not an eProcurement platform but instead provides a set of technical specifications that can be implemented in existing eProcurement solutions and services to make them interoperable across Europe.

Media Partners


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