pagero

Pagero connects ERP systems (eg. financial, order, purchasing systems) digitally with each other. Their e-order and e-invoice services help businesses to streamline operations throughout the entire order-to-pay process.

Pagero’s services are delivered in the cloud via their network Pagero Online. The services are independent of ERP system, industry and transaction volume and suit all types of businesses.

Pagero has about 120 employees with headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden. They also have local sales offices in Stockholm, Oslo, Helsinki, Brighton, Dublin, Rome and Dubai. Over 40 developers in Pagero’s R&D team constantly work with developing the services enabling the company’s clients to get maximum benefit from their investment.

Over 15 000 customers in 50 countries benefit from Pagero’s services. Through Pagero’s roaming agreements, they reach over 750 000 companies and organisations worldwide.

E-order

Pagero's e-order services enable your company to communicate electronically with all your business partners through one single connection to Pagero’s network Pagero Online. Their e-order services suit all businesses, regardless of ERP system, industry sector or order volume.

E-invoice

With Pagero’s e-invoice services your company can communicate electronically with all your suppliers and customers via one single connection to Pagero’s network Pagero Online. Their e-invoice services are suitable for all businesses, regardless of business system, industry sector or invoice volume.


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October 2017

  1. Interview: 7 things you should know about e-invoicing compliance

    Nazar Paradivskyy, Head of Compliance at Pagero, elaborates on why e-invoicing compliance is important, what a company needs to consider before it starts e-invoicing and what Pagero is doing to ensure that our offering measures up to requirements.

  2. Pagero partners with Deloitte for global e-invoice compliance

    Deloitte will provide Pagero with information about e-invoicing legislation development on a country-by-country basis and help us interpret it so that we can secure top-quality compliance services over time for our customers.

September 2017

  1. White paper “European e-invoicing – Current landscape, benefits and challenges”

    Given the variation in local standards, infrastructure and regulations from one European country to the next, implementing a single solution for European e-invoicing is a challenge for most multinationals.

May 2017

  1. Interview: Delivering First Class Services to a Growing Customer Base

    Helena Stolpe, VP Delivery, Pagero, tells more about how Pagero’s delivery organisation works, how their job has changed with the company growth and why her organisation is an integral part of Pagero’s customer offering.

  2. Pagero France partners with French digitisation specialist Sendao

    Pagero France takes yet another step in establishing Pagero in the French market by partnering with Sendao, specialised in helping French companies to answer to electronic RFPs.

  3. Pagero raises EUR 10 million for international growth

    The company says it will use the funding to expand in Europe and North America, and to expand its workforce to 250 employees.

April 2017

  1. E-invoicing….why bother

    John Larkin, Pagero Ireland Country Manager and media industry specialist explains why organisations should “bother” about e-invoicing and outlines a step by step approach to e-invoice adoption.

  2. Doka aims to send e-invoices across the globe with Pagero

    By using Pagero’s services, they have been able to fulfill all legal requirements in Europe, while also saving money, the environment and meeting customer requests for e-invoicing.

  3. E-invoicing with Pagero Connect and the Virtual Printer

    Pagero Connect is an excellent choice for companies that use a financial system and that want to streamline their invoice processing without any changes to existing routines.

  4. Standardisation: Victory or Swansong?

    Director of the Danish Agency for Digitisation: “You end up making such huge changes to standard financial systems that they are practically specialist systems”