ReadSoft Gmb

The eBox contains all documents that are available in connection with electronic invoices as electronic mailbox: the Bill itself, the qualified electronic signature, as well as the required test protocol as proof of a proper test for each individual operation. The E-invoice component available as a WebService in existing structures can be integrated for secure file transfer. Files in any format, including PDF documents are processed. The application can be used not only for the reception of e-invoices, but also for the convenient and affordable billing. ReadSoft users benefit from faster procedures and greater transparency by linking overarching digital processes and automation Invoice processing.

The electronic data flow directly into accounting systems, electronic invoices are recorded and are available for research at the disposal. Currently the EDI and E-invoice processing be about equally strong demand. Many managers see an interesting alternative to E-invoice in EDI, because she then initially does not necessarily have to face the legal requirements of a signature verification”, explains Gunter Brettschneider, at ReadSoft expert for E-invoices and process optimization. About ReadSoft GmbH: ReadSoft’s solution portfolio addresses the entire purchase-to-pay process from the order registration up to the payment of invoices. The process steps can be processed automatically and continuously the ReadSoft Suite modules. As added value and flexibility in the SAP solution platform is created for the user. ReadSoft is leading provider of software in the field of automated document processes. Headquarters of the group is Sweden, where the company on the stock exchange is listed.

Around the world, 435 people are employed at ReadSoft. In total, there are over 5,300 installations by ReadSoft solutions. In Germany, the ReadSoft GmbH is since 1996 on the market. ReadSoft’s customers include medium-sized companies as well as many large companies and corporations. Partially processed the document processes in shared service structures.