Understanding PEPPOL

Devised by the European Commission, PEPPOL (Pan European Public Procurement Online) connects public bodies and private companies by providing them with an electronic trading network for their supply chain documentation.

The EU PEPPOL directive will soon compel all public sector bodies to have the capability to receive electronic invoices from their suppliers. PEPPOL creates multiple efficiencies in the procure-to-pay process, reducing costs, eliminating paper, reducing query times and speeding up the flow of goods.

And, as the first Access Point Provider in Ireland, Celtrino understands exactly what’s required to successfully implement PEPPOL, as demonstrated time and again:

‘PEPPOL gives us a strategic capability to negotiate future public sector contracts, and Celtrino are our trusted partner to implement it.”

- Siobhan O’Connor, Codex Managing Director.

The Celtrino

  • Benefit from our expertise to gain access to the vast public procurement market
  • Access a single purchase-to-payment process
  • Reduce time, complexity and cost of complying with individual buyer requirements
  • Improve the visibility of supply chains, have greater control of inventory and working capital
  • Improve cash flow by removing errors in the purchase-to-pay process to reconcile invoices for quicker payment

Related FAQs

Yes. It’s a secure way to guarantee trading relationships and meet customer demands quicker. We fully manage the EDI service so you and your partners benefit from industry best-practice and proven expertise.
It’s designed for suppliers who want to respond accurately and quickly to a customer’s demand for electronic submission of invoices.
Yes. The service removes time-consuming and error prone manual processing. It automatically validates invoices for payment and notifies you of accepted or rejected invoices.