2023 is almost over — we hope you’ve had an excellent year.
Undoubtedly, it’s been eventful. Resilience has continued to be a theme for many companies, and the digital megatrends have accelerated.
Our takeaway is that we’re closing in on an inflection point. Combining the emerging common language of business — structured and standardized transaction messages on the Peppol network — with robust data management, cloud technology, and AI will have transformative effects on many of today’s common processes in sales and purchasing.
At Qvalia, we’re working tirelessly to provide our users with the tools to stay on top of the development. Read on for some of this year’s new platform features.
Happy New Year!
New metrics & insights organized into Workspaces
Accessing your most essential reports is now easier with Workspaces. In addition, several new metrics are added: contract compliance, price deviations, improved filters, and more.
Users can create and send e-invoices to private individuals — conveniently received, managed, and paid through online banking.
We aim to provide the best integration capabilities for transaction management on the market and continuously develop our open APIs. As the demand for ready-made integration apps increases, an ambitious roadmap has been launched to build connectors to common accounting and ERP systems. First up is Fortnox.
A new dashboard gives access to detailed records and metrics on all transactions for improved control, traceability, and transparency for access point and operator users.
Are you curious about how the new features can benefit your transaction management? Get in touch.