Buying goods and services in Europe using common standards
Since 2009, BMEcat participates in CEN WS/BII and related implementation projects like OpenPeppol. As the next meeting of CEN WS/BII will take place in Essen, Germany as seminar is offered to everyone how is interested to learn about the work and deliverables of BII. In particular, the objective of the seminar is to inform participants about ensuring efficiency and compliance for electronic procurement in Europe by using common standards with BII and PEPPOL.
The seminar will take place on September, 16th 2014, 14:00-18:00, in the town hall of the city of Essen. Agenda and further practical information regarding registration and traveling can be found at the BII website.
BMEcat 2005 out now! After completing the review phase, the new version is available
November 4, 2005 - After completing the public review phase, the new version BMEcat 2005 of the standard
for the exchange of electronic product catalogs has finally been released. Many BMEcat users, cooperation partners
and software providers have submitted valueable comments and suggestions concerning the draft version. Due to this
feedback from the market, it is guaranteed that the new release addresses current needs.
BMEcat 2005 comes with a number of improvements that extend its coverage to further industries and product segments.
Therefore, BMEcat supports buyers and suppliers on an even broader basis when it comes to exchanging product catalogs.
The most important improvements are as follows:
- Support of external catalogs (i.e. OCI, PunchOut, RoundTrip)
- Enhanced product model for complex, configurable products
- Enhanced price model (i.e. dynamic pricing)
- Enhanced product description for logistics purposes
- Multi-supplier catalogs
Despite all these extensions, the new release is fully compatible with BMEcat 1.2.
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