The operator can create several end-of-month payment terms on their application. For deferred payment, payment will be made on a given invoice with a specific payment period and a payment due date calculated accordingly. The
buyer will have a specific period to pay the seller, in several installments if necessary. The IZBERG invoicing module allows the seller to see all associated invoices on each order and all the invoices they have created.
A seller can create multiple invoices on their order to reflect the invoicing process in their business case. Then, the payment partner cannretrieve the invoices, generate the legal PDF file, and send it back to IZBERG so that the seller can download it. The front-end server can retrieve it and show the invoice to the buyer.
Once the payment partner has issued the invoice, they can be paid in one or more installments.Une fois que la facture est émise par le partenaire de paiement, elle peut être payée en recevant un ou plusieurs paiements.
Some incidents between the buyer and the seller can be identified. If these incidents occur before invoicing, the seller may cancel or refund the item depending on the type of payment. If the incident occurs after invoicing, the seller can use the credit note module to track the incident. A credit note can be created on each invoice to specify certain items on the invoice. The credit note then follows the same workflow as the invoice. Once the payment partner has issued the credit note, IZBERG will decide whether to automatically generate a refund based on the amount of the credit note and the invoice's outstanding amount
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Streamline your processes for strategic and non-strategic purchasing.
Reduce order processing costs, inspection times and accounting.
Secure your supply chain by increasing the number of competing offers.
Customizable KYC documents
IZBERG can configure different KYC files for each application. Each operator can thus request different KYC documents from their sellers to track their business cases or according to the payment partner's needs.