ecosio Integration Hub receives incoming invoices from various senders and converts them to the central import format of the ERP system. Any invoice format can be received– EDIFACT, XML, ANSI X12, CSV, etc.
We support different processes depending on the prerequisites of the invoice sender.
Suppliers who support fully automated invoicing processes may send their invoices in structured formats such as EDIFACT, XML, CSV or similar. Delivery follows in commonly used protocols like X.400, OFTP2, AS2, SFTP, PEPPOL, Web Services, etc. The delivery status tracking information sent to the ERP system is stored in ecosio Integration Hub, creating a detailed status report for any invoice. Additionally, ecosio’s deep integration allows this information to be displayed in the ERP system.
Sending via WebEDI
Suppliers who do not support fully automated invoicing processes can record electronic invoices via a web interface using our WebEDI. Data added to a web form is then validated and converted to the desired ERP import format by ecosio. This process makes the most sense following an electronic order, since most of the data in this case is simply transferred from order to invoice. This scenario is convenient and reduces the risk of input errors. The delivery status may also be viewed using the services of ecosio Integration Hub.
Receiving via third party networks
Should your suppliers issue electronic invoices via third party networks such as PEPPOL, FatturaPA or similar, ecosio can handle these too. Invoices from any sender can be received in any structured format.