Sending Electronic Documents in Denmark
As a customer in Denmark, you can send electronic documents either by email (as attached files) or through the PEPPOL eDelivery Network.
Continia Document Output connects you directly to the PEPPOL eDelivery Network, thereby eliminating the need to sign up with any third parties for integration. Once connected, you can start sending electronic documents to your customers in Denmark and other countries. To learn more about how to connect to the PEPPOL eDelivery Network, see Setting up the Continia Delivery Network.
To promote the general adoption of PEPPOL, the Danish authorities mandate that all public authorities must be able to receive electronic documents through the PEPPOL eDelivery Network. Document Output can send to all public authorities in the PEPPOL BIS 3 format, which is the latest standard.
Another active network in Denmark is NemHandel, which was introduced almost 20 years ago. This network is being replaced by PEPPOL, and NemHandel will eventually be closed down. Continia is considering future integration with NemHandel, but at the moment you must sign up with a third-party network provider if you need to send documents through NemHandel.
You can also export and send electronic documents to customers in other countries. Most widespread formats are supported, but not all. For a list of supported formats, see Supported Formats.