Reaction Bram Lerouge
Doccle CEO, Bram Lerouge: “A representative study revealed that Belgians receive late payment reminders an average of twice per year. And this does often incur costs.
However, as the study also reported, Belgians place considerable importance on paying their bills on time: an impressive 80 percent say that they always try to pay their bills promptly. Late payments are either due to forgetfulness, or the simple fact that people find their financial administration a tedious chore that they occasionally put off for too long.
That’s why, at Doccle, we send a free reminder five days prior to the payment due date. We also work with colour codes, furnishing consumers with an at a glance view of when bills are due.
This clearly has an effect: indeed, our providers, including several water companies, send up to 50% fewer reminders to customers who pay via Doccle e-administration. This saves both sender and consumer the unnecessary costs associated with warnings and reminders. In addition, consumers who complete their administration electronically save more than thirty hours per year.”
Doccle, an interactive online platform that offers all documents in one digital environment, provides user-friendly solutions for alleviating this problem.
 Representative study conducted on 1051 Belgians by an independent research agency