The UBL generated seems like magic, but…
does it only have the overview of the invoicing information, or the subdivision at line level as well?
Think of transport costs, various VAT rates and combined projects on a collective invoice.
When interpreting this, many invoice service suppliers lose their way.
What do you mean UBL XML is ‘standard’?
The desire to read at line level still creates obstacles for a number of suppliers.
They often present generous consultancy costs for the complex custom work to be carried out.
EasyData doubts the use of this approach.
Because the data is already digitally available.
And our DataCapture model is smart enough to make the distinction.
This is our approach: Stick to the source; all currently generated documents are already digital.
That source, in this case, is the PDF that is automatically turned into a UBL using Print2Process.
Not complicated at all, and there are no special skills required to do this for yourself!
The results speak for themselves;
We create a UBL XML that contains all invoicing data as included in the PDF.
An invoice is created that can be completely read out by the computer, with a wealth of company information.
By linking this information to your database, you can compare this to all available information.
For data comparison, think on the assigned authorising officer, possible project code, account, etc.