Accounting Office API is a new invoicing model that has been developed to meet the needs of accounting offices.
Accounting Office API enables invoicing the accounting office for the use of the API in the case of specific software interfaces instead of sending the invoice to the end customer. The Accounting Office API pricing model is well suited for the business of accounting offices, taking into consideration situations where the integration is used for a large number of customers.
Accountor Finago specifies which software is covered by Accounting Office API, and the accounting office may select whether to use the Accounting Office API invoicing model for the software in question. If Accounting Office API is not used, the normal API pricing logic applies. You can find our price list here.
The Accounting Office API invoicing model is not available for all software integrated into Procountor. Only a limited number of software is covered by Accounting Office API.
Which criteria must the software meet to be covered by accounting office API?
- the software may only be used by the accounting office (not the customer), so that the integration only benefits the accounting office
- using the software requires data from the customers' Procountor environments
Do you have software that you would like to have included in accounting office API?
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Implementation of accounting office API
Implementing Accounting Office API requires having access rights to the accounting office environment. To open the API invoicing settings in the program, go to Accounting > Accounting office tools > API invoicing settings. The view displays the software that use Accounting Office API.
Select Allow invoicing so that the customers using the software in question are not invoiced, but the invoice is sent to the accounting office instead.