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Il sistema e-learning e glistandard:fondamentiDott. Daniele PicchioniInnovazione Italia SpARealizzare e gestire progetti formativi in modalità e-learning – Roma 24 Maggio 2006Il sistema e-learning e gli standard, Daniele PicchioniContenuti• Che cosa sono i Learning Object• Le “babele” dell’e-lerning• Principi generali di standardizzazione• Gli standard• Gruppi, organismi ed enti di creazione e gestione di specifiche e di standard• Il processo di standardizzazione• Conformità, compliance e certificazione• Metadati• LO e metadati• Metadati Standard per i LO• Dublin Core• IEEE LOM• Ariadne/Scorm• Lo standard SCORM• Sharable Content Object• Content Aggregation Model• Run Time Environment• Sequenzing and Navigation• ConclusioniRealizzare e gestire progetti formativi in modalità e-learning – Roma 24 Maggio 2006Il sistema e-learning e gli standard, Daniele Picchioni

E-invoicing benefitsABEEBA• Cost savings between 25 and 50% can be realised due to labour savings,faster payments, fewer enquiries, payment discounts, IT and operationalefficiencies.• It is increasingly becoming a requirement for trading with larger tradingentities• Improved productivity of company workforce, releasing resources for moreproductive work• Additional value added opportunities can be realised in terms of better riskmanagement and supply chain financing opportunities• Key issue is commitment from senior level management and businessowners – business case even better post financial crisis© Euro Banking Association. All rights reserved. 6

SMEs need to be attractedABEEBA• There are over 20 mln SMEs in Europe of which the majority have no ERPsystem• SMEs engaged through large company supply chains, not SME to SME• Nearly 50% of all invoices involve SMEs and/or consumers• SME business requirement need to be recognised• Ease of use and no IT investment• How can SMEs be incentivised to make the move• What role can banks play with their installed base of SME users?© Euro Banking Association. All rights reserved. 9

Standards requirementsABEEBA• Invoice content– Not a showstopper but common standards would help– Single semantic model is the starting point– UN/CEFACT Cross Industry Invoice is promising– Convergence between initiatives needed– Syntax expressions to be addressed• Interoperability– A monolithic environment will not develop– Bilateral, 3- and 4-corner models will co-exist– How to create interoperability between models and network instances– Addressing and routing– Common terminology and standard agreements– Best practices– Market initiatives rather than regulation© Euro Banking Association. All rights reserved. 10

The banking industry hasa role to playABEEBA• Banks have entered the e-invoicing market both B2C and B2B• Highly variable country by country positioning• Revenues from processing, payments integration and supply chainfinancing• How far will the banking industry go and what do their clients want fromthem?• Experience of standards, networks, mission critical processing, etc• SME market is a major potential opportunity• EBA e-invoicing initiative© Euro Banking Association. All rights reserved. 12

The 4-corner modelABEEBASupplierContractBuyerInvoice /invoice dataInvoiceService providerSupplierInvoiceService providerBuyerPayments are settled through payment systems in a normal way. If the serviceprovider(s) is a bank, payments can be integrated with invoicing.© Euro Banking Association. All rights reserved. 13

EBA deliverablesABEEBAEBA has played an active role in the EC Expert Group• In parallel an EBA Working Group meeting since 2008 has produced :– Service Description and Rulebook for a possible pan-European Service– A Business rationale for banks– A Proof of Concept based on a consultation with leading service providers• Emphasis on SMEs, e-channels and an interoperable network for bothbanks and non-banks• A White Paper has been published to the EBA membership and willconsult on next steps..© Euro Banking Association. All rights reserved. 14

# invoices per trading entityCorporate EDIBusiness case: for e-invoicing in general theSME “tail” is the key opportunity for banksABEEBA„the tail‟SME marketbanking focus# trading entitiesSource: Kerstin Wiss-Holmdahl, SKL, Sveriges Kommuner och Landsting© Euro Banking Association. All rights reserved. 15

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