Transalis provides free access to its Peppol EDI platform
Transalis is providing free access to its Peppol EDI platform to companies supplying products and services to the NHS during this vital time.
From medicines to masks, visors to ventilators, there are hundreds of examples of vital equipment required to fight coronavirus across the world.
Under Transalis move to open-up access to their portal for companies involved in combating Covid-19, they are providing users with a single TP connection formatted to PEPPOL standards and enabling them to send up to 500 invoices annually.
Transalis team members will also be on hand to provide training and email service support.
Their aim is to give the NHS supply chain complete peace of mind that their cloud platform services will help them with safe and secure electronic trading at this time of unprecedented challenge.
By offering a free PEPPOL connection, Transalis are helping ensure there are no hold-ups for suppliers joining the fight against Covid-19.
For more information, visit Transalis
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