New team members

New team members

Through the strong growth of various projects and our customer base and further expansion of our software we have strengthened our organization with two new colleagues.

We would like to introduce them: Mark Ellis and Aron Wouters.

Mark is an experienced financial consultant and, in addition to working experience at KPMG and Flynth, has gained many years of experience as a financial controller at Royal Ingredients, a trading company for raw materials and ingredients in the food and non-food industry. At Royal Ingredients, he gained a lot of experience with Qbil-Trade®.

As financial ERP consultant, Mark will, in particular, contribute to the further professionalization of Qbil and to the improvement of our services. We think our customers can benefit from his extensive knowledge and experience in Finance and Qbil-Trade®.

Aron is a software developer with a lot of experience in software architecture. As a full stack developer, Aron will strengthen our software team. Initially, he will focus on getting to know our software. Then he will deal with the improvement and further development of Qbil-Trade®.

NEW: Export software module

NEW: Export software module

This new module has been developed in cooperation with one of our customers. The export module is delivered including a digital link with Customs, Chamber of Commerce and Portbase.

With the data from Qbil-Trade, you can directly create a Certificate of Origin (CvO) and legalize it by the Chamber of Commerce. The same applies to customs  declarations of import or export. Via Portbase or any other Port Community System, you can transmit all data of a cargo or container electronically, giving you instant access to your Bills or Lading, and real-time ETAs, customs checks, and loading and unloading confirmations.

In Qbil-Trade you can find the status of all actions at order level.

The export module, of course, is not limited to the Netherlands. It is possible to link with the chambers of commerce, customs and any port community system in Europe, North and South America and Asia.

Available from September 2017