Date Tuesday 31st July, 2012
Time 09:30 – 12:30
Venue Ground Floor, KPMG Building, 147 Collins Street, Melbourne
In this seminar we will present views on the application of emerging eBusiness Standards to the evolution of Australia’s Digital Economy. In particular:
Australia is at the next step in its journey to a fully fledged digital economy. Standards play a significant role in achieving value in terms of efficiency, effectiveness and economy.
This is a rare opportunity for government and industry to hear about international experience in the implementation of eBusiness standards and develop an Australian perspective on what is required to take the next step.
• Where we came from.
• Where we are today.
• What we could do.
• What we should do.
“What is the value of Australian engagement in the development of open standards for eBusiness?”
Harm Jan van Burg
Dutch Ministry of Finance and Vice chair for United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business – UN/CEFACT
World Customs Organization
Klaus Vilstrup Pedersen
Norwegian Ministry of Finance and Deputy Project Director, Pan European eProcurement Online -PEPPOL
Treasury – Standard Business Reporting
OZEDI – eProcurement in Australia
Vice chair for UN/CEFACT and OASIS UBL
See attached flyer for the event:
The Digital Economy and the Value of eBusiness Standards
- “eCert UN/CEFACT Standard”, Barbara Cooper
- “Standard Business ReportingPast, Present, Future”, Michael Leditschke
- “Standards for Government and Industry”, Harm Jan
- “Customs…Road-block or Enabler?”, Gareth Lewis, WCO
- “Build, Connect, Grow eProcurement and the digital agenda for Europe”, Klaus Vilstrup Pedersen