Doccle is an online platform for receiving, handling and storing invoices and documents from a wide range of different companies. You can organise your administration, or that of several persons, centrally in one location.
The principle is very simple: create an account on Doccle, and in this account add companies from which you want to receive your documents. The more companies you add, the more documents you will receive.
All your documents are stored automatically in a tightly secured archive, for as long as legally required. That means that you no longer need to find out how long you should keep a particular document, or where it is located. Moreover, you can add up to another 2,000 personal documents to your archive for free.
Doccle is suitable for anyone from 16 to 166 years of age. Anyone can use our mobile app as well as the website to organise an administration. The choice is yours!
Your entire administration is located on one single platform
No more registering on different websites! We ensure that you can receive, pay, share, sign and store your important documents in one location.
Guarantee of the legal retention period
All documents that you receive on Doccle remain available during the legal retention period. You can even decide to store them longer on Doccle after that.
You have full control of your documents
Each document that you receive on Doccle belongs to you. So for example, even if you are no longer a customer at a particular company, the documents will still continue to be available in your archive.
Security and privacy are at the core of our organisation
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