Isero case study: E-invoicing with the DICO standard

The Ketenstandaard Congress will take place in Nijkerk on Thursday 23 March. Ahead of this conference, Magazine de Keten published a nice interview with Isero and tradeinterop, discussing e-invoicing with the DICO standard.

Isero is a specialised hardware wholesaler and service provider with 66 branches and over 800 employees. A few years ago, Isero received requests from customers to send e-invoices. As Isero operates in the construction and engineering sector, their customers wanted to receive invoices in the DICO standard.

What is DICO?

DICO is a standard used in the construction and engineering sectors. Like Peppol-UBL and SETU, it is a standard for exchanging, for example, invoices, product data and orders between customers and suppliers.

UBL invoices too

Isero, meanwhile, also received requests to send UBL invoices via Peppol. Through tradeinterop’s platform, Isero’s invoices are converted to the format the client wants. For example, is the recipient not active within the DICO domain and therefore prefer to receive their e-invoices via Peppol? Then we convert the invoice to the Peppol (UBL) format and deliver it automatically via the Peppol network.

In the interview with Magazine de Keten, Rikkert van Holsteijn, teamlead application management at Isero, says: “Currently, twenty percent of our turnover is invoiced completely digitally. Large customers in particular have set up their process so that invoices, orders and packing slips are all processed through a digital process.”

You can read the entire interview with Magazine de Keten here. Of course, we will also be present at the Ketenstandaard Congress on 23 March. We look forward to meeting you at stand 20 or at the masterclass given by colleague Jaap Jan Nienhuis on e-ordering and e-invoicing.

Register for free attendance at the conference here.

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