ELCA-dox42 plugin – Deploy your Swiss QR-Bill smoothly and safely

ELCA and partner dox42 developed a plugin to comply with the new regulations and to facilitate the integration of the Swiss QR bill into your invoicing and payments processes. Objective is to automate payment from start to finish, to speed up the overall process, to reduce the risk of errors and to enable settlement thru new portals, such as smartphones.

by Josy Penon
Head of Division

The new Swiss QR Code on electronic invoices will be effective starting June 30, 2020. Suppliers with a bank account in Switzerland will be able to obtain payment thru the scan of the Swiss QR affixed to their invoice.

Key features

Our plugin enables the addition of a QR payment section to your regular invoices. You can retain your current invoice models or create new ones. Your new Swiss QR invoices can be printed using an ordinary printer or included in an email.

 

Our graphical interface guides you thru the data selection which is required to generate the Swiss QR code in full compliance with the new regulations. In addition, our plugin is able to generate a large volume of invoices automatically.

 

dox42 proposes an extensive software package for document automation and data integration. It enables you to generate complex documents automatically from an MS Word template.

 

Data can be integrated from various sources, such as images, tables, dynamic charts, as well as Swiss QR bills.

How do I integrate dox42 solution to my IT environment ?

dox42 server proposes many connectors to interface with websites, applications, MS Dynamics 365, SharePoint, SAP, WebServices and Excel.

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