During the second half of 2018 Unimaze Software has operated the AS4 access point and concluded eSENS AS4 integration tests with partners from Spain, Denmark, Norway and the Netherlands.
The operation and integration tests are supported by the European Union through the MADE (Multiple Access to eDElivery) project.
This is an important step towards supporting the PEPPOL AS4 profile, which is a based on the eSENS AS4 protocol.
The latest version of the PEPPOL AS4 profile was finalized recently in November 2018 and adjusted to make it fully compliant with the CEF eDelivery specifications.
The PEPPOL AS4 profile is already an optional protocol in the OpenPEPPOL network and is targeted to become mandatory on 1 August 2019.
Unimaze Software is starting the OpenPEPPOL onboarding tests in January and aims to be ready for AS4 use on the PEPPOL network no later than March 2019.