Hands up who finds downloading your monthly subscription invoices or supplier bills from online portals a pain? I know I do! The time involved with logging on, downloading and then saving to folders is time that could be better spent.

So, when Receipt bank told us about Invoice Fetch, we were all ears. Invoice Fetch automatically collects your digital invoices from any supplier that bills via an online portal. It could be an energy bill, mobile invoice or sales receipt, Invoice fetch will collect them and process them, so you don’t have to, GENIUS.

Not only does this save you time, but as your accountant or bookkeeper it saves us a whole heap of time chasing our clients each month end to get their missing invoices. It’s a win/win in our minds 😊

This means that you don’t have to spend any more time logging into websites, finding your documents and downloading them. Instead, Receipt Bank will automatically check each of your authorised suppliers  once a week and add any new documentation straight to the inbox.

And it’s so simple to set up and use.

Invoice Fetch works by connecting your suppliers with your receipt bank account. That is all done within Receipt banks web interface. Receipt bank will check for new documents in the background, so you don’t have to.

“As the number of transactions that take place exclusively online increases, it’s a huge opportunity to integrate systems and save time” explains Receipt Bank CEO Alexis Prenn.

You can search over 200 suppliers from your receipt bank account, once connected, you can forget about them.

More information is available on this Link, or speak to your CDC account manager about how Invoice Fetch can work for your business.