Transalis Receives PEPPOL Access Point Certification
LONDON, October 5, 2016
Transalis, the experts in driving business growth by connecting supply chains digitally, today announced they have been certified as a PEPPOL Access Point provider.
In the UK, the eProcurement Strategy published by the Department of Health in May 2014, requires the use of PEPPOL (Pan-European Public Online) and GS1 standards across the NHS for all e-procurement with its suppliers.
Becoming a Peppol certified access point enables Transalis to transfer business documents, such as orders and invoices, over the PEPPOL Transport Infrastructure to support NHS business processes, and deliver large cost savings to NHS procurement.
This new certification will allow Transalis customers to engage with a wider range of partners across the public sector whilst focusing on the critical e-Procurement components to solve interoperability issues within Europe.
Aniello Sabatino, Transalis Joint Managing Director, says: “It’s great to see Government procurement catching up with the private sector with its use of cloud technology to simplify business processes. By becoming a certified access point, Transalis are committing their support to assisting the NHS with achieving the huge cost savings associated with the PEPPOL framework”
With only 13% of access points across Peppol, held in the UK, Transalis is now well positioned to help drive this key enabler to cost savings throughout the UK public sector.
About Transalis Ltd
Transalis provides a global digital platform that drives business growth, through cloud managed services.
Transalis solutions offer total supply chain digital enablement while optimising existing technology Based in the UK, Transalis services a digital community of over 10,000 users internationally across Retail, Manufacturing, Distribution, Logistics, FMCG, Health and Beauty, including AS Watson, Pret a Manger, Argos, and The Hut Group.