Manuals, frequently asked questions and tip & tricks for using Qbil-Trade.
For all your questions you can now consult our knowledge base. From onboarding and troubleshooting to general instruction and support questions. You can find the knowledge base in the settings menu (the three-dotted menu or also called kebab menu) at the top right of Qbil-Trade.
The Knowledge base is currently divided into three sections:
Tips & Tricks
The broad lines of the software have now been described and that is why we have decided to put the knowledge base live now. In the meantime, we will continue to complete and expand the knowledge base.
The knowledge base is currently only available in English. Translations into Dutch, German, French & Spanish will follow as soon as possible.
Tip: translate the page via your Google Chrome browser:
You can have the Knowledge base pages translated in the Google Chrome web browser.
Make sure to open the Knowledge page via your Google Chrome browser
We are limited available or closed during the upcoming (Dutch) holidays.
Second Easter Day
day after Ascension Day
*) On these days we are only available for emergency situations; the less urgent matters will be picked up again the next working day.
If you encounter problems that require immediate attention you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.This e-mail inbox will be monitored during office hours. Please add to the subject of the e-mail the wording ‘URGENT’ so that it is clear that it needs to be picked up immediately.
The four-eyes principle is a well-known phenomenon within many organizations. When it comes to financial transactions or drawing up a contract, this is not carried out by one employee, but always by at least two employees. Many of our customers use the four-eyes principle.
Our Qbil-Trade software already supported this principle for contracts. And from now on, this also applies to the full allocation of purchase invoices. Until today, there was no separation between users when booking a purchase invoice. Any user could do this.
By setting the permissions, the permission can now be set in such a way that one employee can book the invoice and the other employee can check the invoice and assign it completely.
At the moment, the current permissions have been taken over. The administrators or key-users within the organization can from now on adjust the permissions to the four-eyes principle.