The aim of the project is to promote the digitalisation of companies, and facilitate the transfer of electronic documents (financial statements, procurement messages, e-invoices and digital receipts) and day-to-day management of companies. Digitalisation of other business documents is outside the scope of the project.
The project aims to promote extensive use of e-invoicing so that one-time invoicing would also become available to consumers. Encouraging consumers to make more use of e-invoicing or creating prerequisites for this is outside the scope of the project. Even though promoting e-invoicing among consumers is outside the scope of the project, finding technical solutions for the introduction of one-time e-invoicing is one of the project aims.
The project aims to create an ecosystem in which financial data produced by companies moves via interfaces. No interfaces or other software will be built for private actors as part of the project, and no funding for them will be granted from the project (with the exception of separately agreed pilots).
The purpose of the project is not to build new technologies. The aim is to use and develop existing and emerging technological solutions in cooperation with private actors.
Digital corporate identity and a common data model will be defined in the project, and a specification for the unique identifier of the digital identity will also be created. Digital identity management solutions (such as a digital wallet) will not be implemented as part of the project.