There are various benefits with digital bill processing: you can save valuable time and resources, automate your day-to-day billing processes and minimise costs for your company.
With the standardised and custom reporting options, you can keep an overview of your services & costs and take advantage of alert functions to stay in control. You can also receive, view and pay your bills online.
Stop receiving your bills by post and receive them digitally instead via e-mail (PDF), e-invoicing or eBill directly in your ERP system or E-banking – the same place you store and pay them.
Switching to digital bill processing saves on the costs associated with the postal delivery of your bills.
As an alternative to paying with a paying-in slip, you can also choose to pay your Swisscom bill automatically by direct debit (DD). The amount is debited directly from your bank or post office account on the due date without you having to authorise payment manually.
360° view of your costs and user data with custom reporting options
Digital bill processing and reduced time and effort for management, storage and post-processing
Lower process costs with no paper billing
The perfect solution for companies that process all their bills digitally and want complete control and transparency, from bill receipt through to payment.
The ideal solution for companies that want to free up their resources for other value-generating activities, reduce administration effort and save costs.
Companies can accelerate their billing processes and take advantage of a sustainable, resource-friendly service.
Enjoy the following:
With Billing & Analytics S, you receive all billing documents in digital form, have access to a cost history for the last 24 months and can modify your billing information online. You can also purchase various additional options, to create reports from billing data for example.
With Billing & Analytics M and L, you receive additional functions. If you are a Natel go customer, for instance, you have access to a dashboard with daily updated data about the product.
All business customers automatically receive Billing & Analytics S free of charge. There is an additional cost for the M, L versions or add-ons within Billing & Analytics S.
Billing & Analytics S is gradually being phased out and replaced by basic, the latest version.
There are a number of digital billing options available:
By e-mail: in the future, you could choose to receive your bill directly by e-mail as a PDF attachment. This options means you no longer need to scan in your bill and you receive it a few days earlier.
By e-invoicing: with this option, the billing data is transferred directly to your ERP system in a structured format, allowing you to automate your billing process.
By eBill the billing data is transferred directly to the bill recipient’s online banking account, replacing the need for manual entry of billing data. Find out more
Direct debit (DD): with DD, your Swisscom bill is automatically paid directly from your stored account. Register for DD
eBill: with eBill, you replace manual data entry. Activate eBill
At a Swiss Post counter: a flat fee of CHF 3.50 applies for every payment with a paying-in slip at a Swiss Post counter.
Digital itemised bills are available via the Billing & Analytics eService in My Swisscom Business.
Paper billing charge: to send a paper bill to your customers, you will be charged CHF 2.90, including VAT, per bill for printing and shipping.
Payment reminder: if you fail to pay your bill on time after the initial free reminder, you will be charged a reminder fee. The fee per reminder is CHF 30.-.
Payment at a Swiss Post counter: if your customers pay their bills at a Swiss Post counter with a paying-in slip, you will be charged CHF 3.50 per bill.
Yes, business and private costs can be charged separately for company mobile phones (fringe benefit). You can set a business cost limit for each telephone number. Once this limit is reached, Swisscom will send a private bill for the additional costs. Find out more
“We can now process twice as many bills in half the time.”
Peter Stutz, Senior Accountant,
PILATUS Aircraft Ltd
“Conextrade perfectly satisfies all of our requirements for automated, digital bill processing.”
Thomas Altenburger, Head of Finance & Accounting,
Elektrizitätswerke des Kantons Zürich (EKZ)
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