To simplify your invoice processing and as part of our environmental work, we offer your company three different ways to receive Ahlsell’s invoices electronically. Read more about the different ways below.
By ordering invoices directly to your e-mail, you can easily save your invoices in PDF format where you know where to find them. At the same time, you save the environment by using less paper and fewer postal transports. Register here.
E-invoicing via online banking means that we send the invoice to you via your online bank, free of charge. When you log in to your bank’s website, you will receive a message on the screen that an e-invoice has arrived. All you have to do is check the details of the e-invoice and then approve it for payment with a click. The money is then deducted from your bank account exactly on the due date. You do not need to enter any giro numbers, account numbers or OCR numbers. All it takes is a press of a button. If you want a hard copy of the e-invoice, just print it out.
To access e-invoicing, you need to be connected to an online bank. Register at your online bank, which will contact us and arrange all the formalities. You can register before you have received an invoice from Ahlsell.
Instead of receiving invoices to your online bank or by e-mail, you can receive them directly to your accounting system. We have links to most accounting systems, and more accounting systems are being connected as time goes by.
An EDI invoice can be sent in different formats and ways. For example, we use XML or EDIFACT where Svefaktura is the predominant format.
We can handle most communication protocols, such as FTP, SFTP, FTPS, OFTP, AS2, etc.
Before you as a customer can receive an EDI invoice, some form of interface to your accounting system is required. Contact your accounting system supplier to find out what is required. Then we can start our EDI invoice project.