Denmark wins eEurope Award in the Transformation category  

2005.11.28
The Danish Agency for Governmental Management has won one of the sought after eEurope Awards for its Electronic Invoicing project

The Danish Agency for Governmental Management has won one of the sought after eEurope Awards for its Electronic Invoicing project in the Transformation category. The award was given at the Ministerial eGovernment Conference 2005 in Manchester last week. The eEurope Awards recognise innovative initiatives in the areas of eGovernment and eHealth in Europe. Four awards were given in total in the categories: Enabling eGovernment, Transformation, Businesses and Citizens, and Impact.

Claus Juhl, director of the Danish Agency for Governmental Management says: "Winning the award shows that Denmark is a leader in digital solutions and that it is worth being a leader. The e-invoicing is based on an EU standard, and we are now encouraged to make it into a shared European solution. If we succeed, it will give Danish companies a competitive advantage".

The judges stated: "The project is a good example for all European governments: electronic invoicing was mandated by law and put into practice with an XML based standard. Business processes both in government and the corporate sector have been improved significantly since it was introduced in early 2005 achieving 95% take-up rate. An important added value is that provision was made for SMEs to comply with e-invoicing through service providers". The news was reported by Computerworld.

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