The implementation of the Croatian einvoicing Business to Administration Exchange Project is currently ongoing. It is financed by the resources from the European Union, based on the program of Connecting Europe Facility – CEF.
The aim of the project is to promote the use of a national platform for receiving structured electronic invoices from the public administration and exchanging electronic invoices between private and public sectors by integrating the existing national node for exchanging electronic invoices. The project will also enable technical and operative prerequisites for international exchange of electronic invoices between the private and the public sector. The predicted due date is May 30, 2017.
The holder and coordinator of the project is the Ministry of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Crafts, and the project partners are FINA, City of Pula, HEP plc., IN2 Ltd. and mStart Ltd.
The project implementation is financed by the European Union from Connecting Europe Facility. The amount for the project is 251,328 EUR, and the overall value of the project is 335,104 EUR.
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