Because Billit is linked to your bank account, it checks the payment status of your incoming and outgoing invoices itself so that you always have an overview of your outstanding invoices. Billit sends automatic reminders to your customers based on pre-set templates. It also lets you know when an invoice is about to be past due. Paying invoices yourself is child’s play with the automatically generated payment files. Your customers will pay you even faster thanks to the Payconiq by Bancontact or Mollie QR codes on your invoices. What if something does go wrong now and then? Use the digital debt collector and avoid time-consuming procedures with lawyers and courts. Paying and being paid has never been so easy!
1Link your bank in the way that suits you best
Import your digital bank statements using KBC, Ponto, CodaBox or our own free Billbank system.
2Check the payment status of incoming and outgoing invoices
Manually checking your invoices against your bank statements is well and truly a thing of the past thanks to Billit’s automatic payment check.
3Billit reminds you and your customers about invoices that are past due
Send your customers automatic reminders or activate the Unpaid digital bailiff in just a few clicks.
4Pay faster with payment files
Create payment files based on invoices and reduce the chance of human error when paying invoices.
5Generate reports and gain an insight into your financial status
Check your company’s financial status at a glance on the dashboard.
Billit can be linked to almost all Belgian banks by importing CODA files. CODA files are coded digital bank statements. You can import CODA files in Billit in different ways.
One way of importing your digital bank statements in Billit is through Billbank. You give Billit a mandate to request your digital bank statements from your bank*. Your digital bank statements are then imported in Billit daily. Importing digital bank statements through Billbank is free**.
A second way of importing your digital bank statements in Billit is to import them through Codabox. Many businesses have already registered their accounts with Codabox through their accountants. In that case, you can simply request a token from Codabox to important your CODA files in Billit. Have you not yet registered your business accounts with Codabox? Contact your accountant to sign the mandate with which you give Codabox permission to request your digital bank statements from your bank. Codabox applies a one-off start-up fee and a monthly subscription fee*.
Do you have a business account with KBC? You can then import the digital bank statements for your KBC accounts for free in Billit thanks to the link with KBC. Please note: you can only import the bank statements for your KBC accounts with this option. If you have accounts with another bank, you can use the other options to import your bank statements.
With the ING integration you can easily link your ING Business'Bank accounts with Billit. This enables automatic payment checks and reminders in Billit and allows you to automate a number of time-consuming tasks. Thanks to the integration you can also import payemnt files from Billit directly into your ING Home’Bank- of Business’Bank-app.
A last way of importing your bank statements in Billit is to import them through Ponto. Unlike the other methods, Ponto does not use CODA files but works in accordance with the new PSD2 guidelines for the digital sharing of bank data within Europe. A new technology with the great advantage that the data of your bank accounts are imported almost in real time in Billit. You may a monthly subscription fee to use Ponto*.
|How soon will my transactions be visible?||After your bank processes the mandate
(+/- 5 days)**
|After 1 or 2 business days||After your bank processes the mandate
(+/- 5 days)**
|After 1 or 2 business days||Immediately|
|Past data available|
|How soon until operational||After verification of bank accounts||After verification of bank accounts||After verification of bank accounts||Not immediately available||Immediately available|
|Cost*||Free*||Free*||Free*||Set-up cost + monthly subscription fee with CodaBox||Monthly subscription fee with Ponto|
(*): We have noticed that some banks can take up to 7 business days or more to process the many Billbank requests.
(**): Please note: Your bank may charge you in combination with certain bank subscriptions. Contact your bank manager for further information.
Automatic payment check:
Once you have linked your bank accounts and your bank transactions are automatically imported in Billit, Billit tries to match transactions with invoices. Ensuring you always have a handy overview of the payment status of your incoming and outgoing invoices and the number of days before invoices become past due.
Now that Billit knows the payment status of your invoices, you can automatically send reminders to customers whose invoices is almost past due and receive reminders for invoices that need to be paid urgently.
Overview of your financials on your dashboard:
Check your company’s financial status at a glance on the dashboard. You can see the current balance of your linked bank accounts, incoming and outgoing invoices that are past due and your company’s income and expenditure flows. Need more insights? Generate reports yourself or request all kinds of other financial data, such as the turnover per customer based on the financial data in Billit.
Paying and getting paid faster:
Paying invoices yourself is easier than ever thanks to the automatically generated payment files that you can import in your bank software. This also avoids errors when copying payment data. Businesses with a KBC account have an advantage. Thanks to the link between Billit and KBC Touch, they can now view and pay any invoices past due in KBC Touch.