London—March 20, 2013—OB10, the global e-Invoicing network, and European e-biller Anachron, are the first organizations to use the Model Interoperability Agreement, recently launched by the European e-Invoicing Service Providers’ Association (EESPA), as the basis of a contract to interoperate within the Benelux region.
“As a neutral and comprehensive starting point, the Model Interoperability Agreement makes the contracting process quick and straightforward,” said Gary Benson, Vice President, Corporate Development, OB10. “In particular, it supports a number of legal frameworks, which are critical to processing fully compliant electronic invoices for our customers.”
The agreement between OB10 and Anachron will facilitate the exchange of e-Invoices through both networks.
“The Model Interoperability Agreement contributes heavily to the general acceptance of international e-Invoicing among the users, our clients,” added Frank Hoekstra, Chief Executive Officer of Anachron. “Providing multiple delivery channels and improving roaming options are key to the development of the global e-Invoicing market and are finally enabled by the standardized contract.”