Zurich, 18 Dec 2019.
- The digital invoicing service Billte implements new payment option with PSP solution Concardis Payengine
- The online end-to-end solution makes it easier to digitise business processes from invoicing to accepting payment
- Gradual connection of all Billte users to Concardis Payment is planned
Billte AG, a Zurich-based fintech company which specialises in invoicing, is relying on Concardis for a new integrated payment option in collaboration with the digital platform Fattura. Together, they ensure seamless payment processes for the online end-to-end solution. Companies can now easily generate their invoices online, send them via email, post or eBill, and offer their customers a convenient online payment option. Invoice recipients pay using their preferred payment method and, if payment is late, are reminded about outstanding items automatically by the system. All data is stored securely on servers in Switzerland at all times.
‘We made it our goal to make invoicing easier for small and mid-sized companies – in a modern way, entirely without paper or additional hardware or software. So it behoved us to think the process through to the end and to also include the payment option. We’ve found the perfect partner for this in Concardis,’ says Andrea Girasole, co-founder and CEO of Billte AG.
‘We believe that small-business owners and service providers in particular can benefit from the digitisation and integration of manual paper-based processes. It saves them time, effort and costs. It also minimises potential sources of errors – especially when it comes to matters of payment and accounting. We are therefore thrilled to be able to offer Billte users a modern, intuitive payment function,’ says Marianne Bregenzer, Country Manager Switzerland of Concardis.
Beginning immediately, all Billte transactions will take place seamlessly via the Concardis PSP platform. The users do not need any experience with payment solutions for this purpose. Billte customers can therefore continue to focus exclusively on their core business.