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Crane Softwrights Ltd. offers Universal Business Language (UBL) training and consulting to clients worldwide.
http://goUBL.com is a commercial ecosystem focused on helping deploy UBL in North America. The ecosystem of cooperating companies offers products, services, training and resources related to UBL. Included in the services is help getting up on the Tradeshift platform in the US and Canada.
Invinet Sistemes has launched B2BRouter.net, an electronic invoicing system that allows companies to issue and receive electronic invoices for free using different formats.
Upon registration, the portal allows users to send and receive UBL 2.0 Invoices and Credit Notes through email to customers and from providers.
For advanced users, it is possible to send invoices to Public Authorities in Europe through the PEPPOL Network or to other proprietary networks.
The Swedish government's Single Face to Industry (SFTI) programme have launched a free validation service for their recommended XML-formats including the UBL Invoice profiles for the PEPPOL BIS-formats (which they call Svehandel) plus additional legacy formats used in Sweden such as Svefaktura 1.0.
Crane Softwrights Ltd. now offers a packaged service to create subset UBL schemas and other validation artefacts. The publicly-available tools used by Crane are the same tools used by the UBL Technical Committee to create the validation artefacts in the UBL distribution. Clients can use the public tools on their own or contract Crane to invoke the tools with a client's specification of their subset of UBL (accomplished using a shared online spreadsheet). Details are found at the URL below.