Different delivery techniques

If your recipient prefers to keep things simple, they will receive an e-mail with a PDF document attached. An e-mail with a link to the document (with or without a login requirement) is another option.

If your recipient wants more, the e-mail can contain the PDF as well as a structured attachment. There are three standard formats, but other formats are also possible.

If your recipient has very high demands or can only receive files in one particular way, we can easily set up a solution for that too.


What the customer stands to gain

Even though you significantly reduce your delivery costs, the one who gains most is your customer. The digital registration of incoming e-documents rules out the need for manual intervention. What’s more, customers can automatically process document content if they have the capacity to do so. Lastly, more information can be checked, such as the bank account number of the supplier and article numbers.

Customers are free to select their preferred way of receiving documents

The software tools available and the customer’s procedures evolve gradually. Customers can set their own preferences to ensure this dovetails as tightly as possible with in-house processing capabilities. The sender does not have to make any technical changes, because the switch is made automatically. That results in greater customer satisfaction and less maintenance