Automatic invoicing system for Bring

Logistics company Bring wanted to simplify its invoicing process. Using the Betty Blocks platform, House of low-code developed an application for automated invoice processing.
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A complex invoicing process with numerous manual tasks.


An integrated platform for processing purchase invoices.

logo name

A complex invoicing process with numerous manual tasks.


An integrated platform for processing purchase invoices.

employees across various countries
weeks to deliver the minimum viable product
fully integrated invoicing system

IT challenge

Bring, a subsidiary of Norway Post, is a key player in the European transport market. The company utilized software from various vendors to process purchase invoices efficiently and accurately in its accounting system. However, there were still numerous manual tasks involved for each invoice, lacking centralized control. Additionally, seamless integration with other systems for automated invoice scanning proved challenging. The objective was to accomplish complete automation of the invoice processing workflow.

The solution

House of low-code employed Betty Blocks to develop a fully integrated platform that optimizes the processing of purchase invoices. The platform covers the entire workflow and ensures stakeholders are informed of the latest status. Bring had a strong preference for working with APIs. By utilizing Betty Blocks' standard APIs, the platform seamlessly integrates with other systems, while also ensuring compatibility with future software updates of the platform itself. This results in a future-proof system.

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Our approach

House of low-code follows an agile approach to software development, prioritizing quick decision-making and active collaboration with all stakeholders. Regular sprint sessions were held to keep Bring informed and address any challenges along the way. Furthermore, Bring's commitment to partnering with a single software vendor for multiple projects was a key principle, perfectly aligning with House of low-code's core values of long-term dedication and collaboration.


The result

Within a span of three weeks, House of low-code successfully created a fully integrated platform for handling purchase invoices. The application effectively eliminates manual and repetitive tasks, resulting in accelerated invoice processing. Moreover, the platform enhances communication and offers more comprehensive financial insights. The adoption process went smoothly, with the invoicing application being readily embraced by administrative staff and financial controllers.

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Let’s move forward together

Every organization has its own unique processes that cannot be accommodated by off-the-shelf software solutions. That's why we specialize in developing tailor-made software that perfectly aligns with your business operations. With the power of low-code, we accelerate the development process, enabling your organization to work smarter and more efficiently.

"The collaboration was positive, efficient, and accessible for non-IT personnel. That's why we immediately initiated the development of a second application."

Alvin van LoonManager Control and Business IntelligenceBring

About the collaboration

"Our initial meeting evolved into a session where we thoroughly examined the entire process and discussed our preferences," says Alvin van Loon of Bring. "This approach proved highly effective and immediately instilled a sense of trust. Through regular meetings, we remained well-informed and actively engaged in the development process. Week by week, we witnessed the building blocks falling into place. We appreciated this approach, and it yielded the desired result for us."

Van Loon wholeheartedly recommends House of low-code to other companies. "While there are off-the-shelf solutions available for the project we collaborated on with House of low-code, they often come with limitations imposed by vendors." He greatly values the "expertise and open communication" demonstrated by House of low-code.