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  1. Introduction to InExchange Web
  2. Create account
  3. Find your way around
  4. Create invoice
  5. Choose a customer
  6. Invoice header
  7. Invoice rows
  8. Additional charges and discounts
  9. References
  10. Invoice notes and attachments

Connect a customer to a recipient in the network Follow

  1. Get started

    1. Introduction
    2. Create account
    3. Find your way around
  2. Send your invoices

    1. Create invoice
    2. Choose a customer
    3. Invoice header
    4. Invoice rows
    5. Additional charges and discounts
    6. Invoice notes and attachments
    7. Preview and save invoice
    8. Send invoice
  3. Read more

    1. When the invoice has been sent
    2. FAQs about InExchange Web >>
    3. Connect a customer to a recipient in the network

InExchange Network is a network with recipients and senders of mainly e-invoices, but even e-order, etc. Connections have been constructed so that all pertinent information is available when a customer requires a correct invoice reference (for our customers). They have even been made so that our customers can reach recipients with other operators, as well as these senders being able to reach you.

When you send e-invoices to your customers, many of the recipients are already a part of the network. All you need to do is to connect to the correct recipient through the customer card by logging in to InExchange Network. You can access the customer card via Create invoice > Create a new customer/Edit customer, or through Registry in the menu. Fill in the current company ID number or company name in the highlighted field as shown in the photo below to connect to a recipient in our network.

If you need to send e-invoices to a recipient that you do not find registered in our network, please contact us so that we can add that recipient. You will be able to send your invoices to that customer in no time.


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