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This is the official community gathering place and information resource for the OASIS UBL (ISO/IEC 19845) International Standard. UBL defines a royalty-free library of standard electronic XML business documents such as purchase orders and invoices.

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Denmark helps businesses with national e-invoicing system

In order to facilitate business with the government and among the industry, the Danish Government deployed a national e-invoicing service, called ‘NemHandel’. It allows businesses to send standardised UBL e-invoices through the internet. Based on open and common standards, NemHandel also allows businesses to send e-invoices which were generated in their internal ERP or invoicing systems.

UN/CEFACT survey of standards for eBusiness, Government and Trade

For several years the United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and
Electronic Business (CEFACT) has been developing a set of electronic
standards for international trade data. Progress has been slower than
had been hoped for, and CEFACT is currently reassessing stakeholder
needs and priorities to ensure that its work is addressing the most
urgent requirements. The UN/CEFACT project teams responsible are
consulting those already involved in CEFACT’s work as well as a
selection of stakeholders that are not, in order to submit a report to
CEFACT by the end of February 2010.

Introduction to Code List Implementation

Location: 
Internet lecture - free delivery
Date: 
4 Mar 2010
Event Type: 
Webinar

Introduction to the Universal Business Language

Location: 
Internet lecture - free delivery
Date: 
4 Mar 2010
Event Type: 
Webinar

Practical Code List Implementation

Location: 
Copenhagen Denmark
Date: 
10 Feb 2010
Event Type: 
Training Class

Practical Universal Business Language Deployment

Location: 
Copenhagen, Denmark
Date: 
8 Feb 2010 - 9 Feb 2010
Event Type: 
Training Class

Dycode Software: SimpleInvoicer for QuickBooks (free)

We are glad to announce that we released a free version of SimpleInvoicer targeted for QuickBooks accounting software.

With our small tool you gain benefits of automatic invoice import and export to QuickBooks which saves your time and money.

MXV Model-driven XML Vocabulary Design using OASIS UBL NDR 2.1 (*)

Data Management Solutions

MXV stands for Model-driven XML Vocabulary Design using OASIS UBL NDR 2.1. (*)

MXV lets you create and centrally manage your own XML schema library and document schemas which comply with UBL NDR, have a UBL NDR look and feel, but are not UBL.

makeaneinvoice.com

Enxendra has done a free web site to make signed UBL 2.0 invoices:

www.makeaneinvoice.com

You can make the invoices with or without signature. To generate the signature you only need a digital certificate.

Enxendra Technologies

www.enxendra.com

An UBL Use profile for the European textile, clothing fashion industry at the eBIZ-TCF Conference in Bruxelles

Information about the advancements of the eBIZ-TCF project comes from the successful conclusion of the large-scale European Conference for a common eLanguage for European Textile Clothing Footwear industry promoted by the project. 

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