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eBusiness Interoperability conference - Utrecht 8 and 9 December


04 Dec 2008


Trade & Society

There are still spaces available for the conference presented by the
eBusiness Interoperability Forum (eBIF). The theme is 'e-Business
interoperability practice: examples, impacts and standardization

CEN, in collaboration with Equens, NEN, and ECP.NL, invites you to the 4th eBIF
Conference. This conference will address interoperability practice, showing
examples, impacts, interoperability challenges, and present some ideas on the
future landscape of eBusiness.

Among the topics are ICT and energy, electronic invoices and catalogues, open
standards, data exchange pilots in the textile/footwear and paper sectors,The
eBusiness Interoperability Forum (eBIF) helps close the gap between business
requirements and standards development, as well as facilitating the
implementation of standards serving the needs of stakeholders.

eBIF has a close relationship with the main European and international initiatives designed to
support the adoption of eBusiness by industry, for instance the European
eBusiness Support Network, the Sectoral eBusiness W@tch, Enterprise
Interoperability Centre and UN/CEFACT. With the Conference, eBIF aims to
further develop understanding of these critical issues for enterprises.

Participation in the conference is free of charge, but pre-registration is
recommended. For more information, please contact

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removing trade barriers for European industry and consumers. Its mission is to foster the
European economy in global trading, the welfare of European citizens and the
environment. Through its services it provides a platform for the development of European
Standards and other technical specifications.

CEN’s 30 National Members work together to develop voluntary European Standards
(ENs) in various sectors to build a European Internal Market for goods and services and
to position Europe in the global economy. More than 60.000 technical experts as well as
business federations, consumer and other societal interest organizations are involved in
the CEN network that reaches over 460 million people.
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