Digitalise your clients with TOCO

Digitalise your clients with TOCO

Hello, my name is Evelien, Product Owner of TOCO.

In the past blogs we have paid a lot of attention to the different functionalities on our platform. After all, helping entrepreneurs with their financial administration is our goal. But, we don’t do that alone, for that you have your accountant in the 1st place. That’s why in this blog we further explain how your accountant can add your company in TOCO, set up your file and invite you.


Working together digitally, easily and efficiently, that’s what TOCO stands for. If you already work with TOCO as an entrepreneur, you can easily invite your accountant.

If you do not yet work with TOCO, your accountant can easily set up your file and invite you to collaborate digitally via our platform. Feel free to ask him about it!

How do I add my client as a bookkeeper?

As an accountant, you can easily add a new client via the ‘Clients’ menu. On the top right you will see the button ‘+ New client’. After clicking this button, the wizard for adding a new client starts. The following steps have to be taken:

  1. Find your client by VAT number or name

  2. If necessary, complete the company data further (we retrieve the data directly from the CBE).

  3. Tell us who the contact person is

  4. Check all data on the overview page and confirm

  5. The new client is now created and appears at the bottom of your list of clients.

Setting up my client’s file

Your client has now been created, but has not yet been invited. It’s best to wait with that for a while. To ensure that your client can immediately start forwarding documents and enjoy all the functionalities of TOCO, we will first complete the file.

Click on ‘integrations’ after the name of the client in your list of clients or click on the name of the client and then select the ‘integrations’ tab. Here you can indicate which integrations apply to this file. Attention: integrations such as Exact Online, Wolters Kluwer (coming soon) and Silverfin will only be shown on file level if you first activated this integration for the accounting firm. This can be done via Settings > Integrations.

So you can directly activate the correct accounting package or Silverfin file for your client.

And do you work with Coda files? Activate them once as accountant and they will automatically be shown for each entrepreneur (VAT number) for which you have activated Coda’s. No set-up on client level is needed, also see our video about the CodaBox integration.

Invite client

Now that your client’s file is completely in order, all you have to do is invite the primary contact. Go to your client via the list of your clients in the ‘Clients’ menu or via the list on the home page. In the ‘General’ tab, you will find a button in the right-hand column to send the invitation. For security reasons, this link is not valid indefinitely. If it has expired, you can re-send the invitation here.

The contact person will now receive an invitation by e-mail. This e-mail indicates that you, as accountant, have invited this person for this company. The contact person only has to choose a password and his account has been created.

As soon as he or she logs in, he or she will see his TOCO portal, as fully set up by you as accountant, and he or she can start forwarding documents.

Tip: you can clearly see the status of your client in the client list. This changes from ‘created’ to ‘invited’ and finally ‘active’ as soon as the contact person is logged in.

How is accountancy evolving?

The new accountancy: the evolution and automation of your financial record keeping system

Philippe was the head of the IT department in a prominent accountancy company when he thought up the concept of his automated record keeping platform TOCO. In this article, he shares his views on the evolution of accountancy and what the future holds.

What is the biggest challenge in keeping records that entrepreneurs face today?

The mailman used to visit

Ask any entrepreneur what he expects of digitisation and you’ll most likely get the answer that things should be quicker, more efficient, cheaper and possibly in real-time. Recent history teaches us, however, that efficiency is not always the result when it comes to finances.

It’s an observation that many suppliers to entrepreneurs choose to deliver invoices digitally from now on. But that doesn’t guarantee saving time. It’s a flawed perception. Yes, the entrepreneur has direct and digital access to this particular supplier’s invoices. No, that’s not better.

The entrepreneur has dozens of portals and channels delivering invoices. I now start seeing agents acting on this phenomenon by scraping these portals, a technique to collect all invoices. It’s not a solution, it’s a workaround. And it’s definitely unfit for the long term.

Back in the day, the mailman came. The start of an invoice’s journey was always the same. Now more than ever I hear entrepreneurs complain that maintaining different channels, letters, emails, portals, banks delivering invoices… is no longer sustainable. The number of invoices paid on time is at an all time low. Moreover, collecting these invoices has turned into quite the task for the entrepreneur.

Putting together your records to then hand them to an accountant has become an incredibly labour intensive process. That can’t have been the purpose of digitisation, can it?


We’ve spoken about solutions, now for the theory. UBL is short for Universal Business Language. Don’t let a complex abbreviation startle you, it’s merely an open protocol allowing to send an invoice in the form of a structured file. E-FFF is the Belgian variant.

You can compare it to a running list in excel with 2 columns: 1 with a field description, the 2nd with a field value. Done. Such a UBL can be made by your invoicing software and read by the receiver’s accounting software.

Only the receiver’s accounting software? Unfortunately, yes. And the story of the current digital invoice often ends there. An entrepreneur without access to their accounting will not be able to read nor pay these invoices! They will – subconsciously – ignore the invoice or request a physical duplicate from the sender.

That’s where TOCO comes in. TOCO will first make the invoice legible and processable to the entrepreneur and no longer only for the accountant and their software. This allows us to automatically pay, archive and send invoices to our accountant. It’s an all-in-one solution.


Another challenge for the entrepreneur when it comes to keeping their records, is the 7 year retention obligation. Certain records are required to be kept for 7 years, but what if they’re spread over different portals?

Will you print everything to be able to bundle it in a single place? No, TOCO is the entrepreneur’s archive. A single place, safe and in accordance with the SPF Finances’ stipulations.

Executing and following up on payments

No one likes it, executing payments. It seems so useless to copy all of those digits from a document to a banking application. Following up on payments received is also a big job for many an entrepreneur. Paying an invoice might be possible from the different portals offered by suppliers, there is still a large chance of paying an invoice twice or not at all.

Moreover, an entrepreneur likes paying close to the expiration date. When the invoice in question is consequently sent to the accountant, another list is to be created. One to follow up on outgoing payments. What entrepreneur does not have a second set of records, solely for their own peace of mind? Not efficient at all.

TOCO allows you to collect all of your invoices and send them to your accountant while leaving them available for payment. Following up payment of inbound invoices is possibly even more intensive and necessary to keep your company healthy. Another place where automating your records is helpful.

Why is automating your financial records advisable?

Customers pay late, not at all, in parts or they pay a new bill before an older one. As an entrepreneur, do you use several bank accounts? Then the search for a payment is possibly even more challenging since your customers have their pick of different accounts to pay to.

TOCO unites all of your business accounts into a single solution. You can make payments from all accounts without having to log on to every separate banking portal. And all payments from customers throughout all of your accounts can be accessed through that same solution: TOCO.

In the long run, everything will be unified. You will automatically receive actual digital invoices, the payment will draft itself, you approve it or even automatically confirm it. The document is automatically sent to your accountant, directly into their accounting system. That’s true digitisation.

How do you think the role of the accountant will evolve towards the future?

I recently wrote a blog (in Dutch, Ed.) about the conception of accounting. Accounting, in its current form, has been around for over 5,000 years. It came into existence for one important purpose: traders of old wanted to know how their business was doing. They wanted insight into their financial situation.

Today, it seems like many accountants drifted off to only legally taking care of accounting. Don’t get me wrong, modern and regional obligations make even that a daunting task. But the entrepreneur expects more than the legal minimum.


When you read about the role of the accountant, advice is the number one with a bullet. And that is not entirely unnecessary. I too, as an entrepreneur, am in need of advice and want the best for myself. But advice is supported by data. By the story. And the accountant does not always have – direct – access to all data. (Just like the entrepreneur unable to access their own books, Ed.)

Once the accountant has access to all the data, I mean accounting, fiscal and banking data, only then advice can follow. And that’s what TOCO represents,Together Connected. Because the entrepreneur uses it to access handy tools for their financial record keeping, it creates valuable data providing insights for both them and their accountant.


We need to bring it up again. Digitisation. The accounting industry has already been taking a number of steps toward digitisation. And that already made it so that the accountant presumably has more time for other services than only accountancy, like giving advice. But the digitisation as we know it today is in effect only provided for the accountant.

It seems like the most important asset of the accountant, the customer, was forgotten in the process. Just about all tools available today are meant to simplify the process on the side of the accountant and not the side of the entrepreneur. It poses quite the challenge for the accountant to help digitise the entrepreneur when it results in no real value for them.

What technological evolutions or trends will impact the SME’s financial record keeping in the future?

Accountancy apps are becoming more prominent. It starts with pre-accounting: we need to give input faster to get decent output and advice. It’s clear that accountancy apps with more value to the entrepreneur are underway.


Another abbreviation. Payment Service Directive, version 2. European law obligates banks to open up all accounts to their holders. The entrepreneur can then choose to link their accounts to any applications they are using. This provides more insights into their payment traffic, of course, over their different banks. But it also enables the entrepreneur to make even better analyses.

Monetary transactions go hand in hand with accountancy related transactions and trends. TOCO will tell the entrepreneur for which transactions accountancy related documents like invoices are needed. An important step in the automation of any record keeping system.


I’m coming across a lot of trends about accountancy automation. No hands accounting, for one. A good-looking and efficient solution, but it, again, starts at delivering data. No input, no output.

Read: as long as the entrepreneur does not experience added value from delivering their invoices or the way they can deliver them, they will keep procrastinating. The automation will not be put to full use and we’ll be back at square one. A real chicken-or-egg-story.

The millennials are coming

Possibly the most underrated – technological – factor of all! Clients will bring about change themselves. Toward the future, the younger generation will lead by example in many aspects… almost everywhere. Many of the current young and future company owners will start out differently. Paperless and automated accountancy is the exact reflection of what young CEOs and accountants will want to see over the coming decades.

The age of the millennials literally means that accounts will have to work with clients totally different from those we know today.

Proactivity, improved operational transparency and a personalised approach are only some of the minimum requirements of the new generation of entrepreneurs.

Looking for more expert insights? Philippe explained how to optimise your financial record keeping process, the role of AI in accountancy and 5 tips to streamline your financial records.

  • [Interview] How the TOCO-software simplifies your SME’s financial record keeping
  • AI in accountancy for SMEs: what the future holds
  • 5 tips to optimise your finances

Accountants, use your DRS now!

Doesn't DRS tell you what? It's a Formula 1 term. And it stands for Drag Reduction System.

DRS is a tool that increases the top speed of the car and makes overtaking easier. What’s more, a driver can only use it to overtake another driver. The person being overtaken, according to the regulations, is not allowed to use it at that moment. Fascinating! What will become your tool in these challenging times?

"What a year it's been this week?"

-That’s how I started my last LinkedIn post on Friday.

All economic laws were adjusted immediately. I recently bought the book “Economics” from good friend Johan Lambrecht. Johan writes about economics without formulas. I often thought about Johan this week. I normally see him every week. He whispered to me when he published his book: “After reading it, you understand and speak the political-economic language yourself and you can follow the economic policy measures critically.” -Will his book remain a manual or will it promptly become a reference book? I’m looking forward to our next Monday Johan, we need to talk!

But it wasn’t just the economy that went all the way. Suddenly, digitization was no longer discussed but actually implemented. Let me be careful, another respected Prof. Stijn Viaene posted this week: Be careful! Don’t reduce digital transformation to improvisation and teleworking. Seems very ‘agile’ – and it often is, but there is more work to be done. #remainmindful #futureproof

He’s right. And yet. Agile ladies and gentlemen. Agility I’ve seen more than ever. And that’s a first move. If you search for agility on Google, you promptly end up with this statement: ability to think and understand quickly. Stijn keeps it up; responsiveness to change(In his must-read book: Digital Transformation Know How)

Be careful! Don’t reduce digital transformation to improvisation and teleworking. Seems very ‘agile’ – and it often is, but there is more work to be done. #remainmindful #futureproof

The word is out

Agile. It reminds me of my daughter who didn’t make her first runs until she was 19 months old (!). No matter how much we encouraged her, she didn’t do it until she found the right balance. That balance came suddenly. And most of all, without her even noticing it.

This week I saw many accountants taking steps. They have been agile in drawing up the balance for some time now. But still, this was completely different.

Let’s not go around the subject, we have to talk about it. Digitalization. In the accounting industry quite a few steps have already been taken towards digitization. And that means that the accountant probably already has more time for providing services other than just accounting, such as advice. But the digitisation as we know it today for accountants is effectively only there for the accountant.

It seems as if the accountant’s most important asset, his customers, have been forgotten in the entire process. Virtually all the tools available today make the process easier for the accountant and not necessarily that of the entrepreneur. It is therefore a special challenge for the accountant to persuade the entrepreneur to take advantage of a process from which he does not derive any direct benefit.

Well, these laws were also promptly amended this week.

The accountant, who provided advice. Check. I also consulted myself with my accountant. About the latest developments and how I should anticipate them.

Three cheers! Advice was given as never before. More than that, they asked for advice like never before. The entrepreneur found his way to his accountant, faster than ever.

Accountant, activate your DRS now!

Here’s a chance! The entrepreneur is a bit happy that the accountant is here. And that he can be reached.

Now it’s the accountant’s turn. Activate your DRS, Drag Reduction System. 

I’ll explain myself.

As an accountant, you’re in the cockpit now, ready to make a difference. Onboard your clients in a digital world. Convince them to work online. And choose the right tools for your clients. It will reduce a lot of drag in your processes.

Everyone has been shouting it from the rooftops for years: “My new business plan as an accountant? -I’m going to give advice and sell. Accounting tasks will be the basis from which everything starts.”

The advice you gave this week, dear accountant. Numerous, tight and correct. But was accounting effectively up to date? We’re approaching the end of quarter, could you actually give your client a direct insight into his situation?

“My new business plan as an accountant? -I’m going to give advice and sell. Accounting tasks will be the basis from which everything starts.”

Give them what they need

Within TOCO I developed a mantra: Give them what they need, and you’ll get what you want. Freely translated: give your clients everything they need and you’ll get what you want as an accountant. Customer centric.

Accounting apps are becoming more prominent. With regard to pre-accounting, I’m not talking about the technical side of the business, but anything that makes the entrepreneur deliver his documents to you, the accountant, faster: the input needs to be faster in order to arrive at proper output and advice. It is clear that accounting apps with added value for the entrepreneur are now crucial.

“Great customer experience emerges from the way you solve your customers’ problems.” Stijn Viaene, Vlerick

Involve your client, give him those tools.

And speaking of TOCO, our brand promise is literally Together Connected

Activate your DRS. Give your client what he needs to make his process smooth. And you’ll speed up your own process right away. Away with the drag. Get documents daily. Not in a box or in a folder on your PC or server. No, right in your process, where it’s supposed to be.

The customer wants it himself

Perhaps the most underestimated – technological – factor of all! “The customer will take care of the change himself! In the future, the youngest generation will take the lead in many ways… of almost everything.” -I wrote this a month ago in an article.

Today is more immediate than ever. Many business owners see it differently. Paperless and automated accounting is the exact reflection of what the customer wants to see now. Just like proactivity, improved operational transparency, and a personalized approach. These are just a few of tomorrow’s minimum requirements.

With TOCO, we bring a new indispensable application for entrepreneurs. It allows the customer to keep a close eye on his financial administration. His different bank accounts are brought together in one portal, where all his documents, invoices, transactions and accounting data can also be found. It is also the place where you communicate together. Right next to the figures.

“We remove the complexity of accounting by offering the financial management of your company in one convenient application.”

And for you, best accountant, we’re the engine, your DRS button. Push it. NOW. Right now! You’ve shown you can do it!

How the TOCO record keeping software simplifies your SME’s accountancy

How the TOCO record keeping software simplifies your SME’s accountancy

Alongside The Glue (the fintech company run by Jurgen Ingels and Stefan Dierckx), Philippe Kimpe (39) developed a software platform that helps entrepreneurs to unify and control their financial records, from billing and banking to accounting.
Philippe was the head of the IT department in a prominent accountancy company when he thought up TOCO’s concept.
“We got so many positive reactions, I decided to give up my job and completely go for it”, Philippe says.

After working on the platform for 3 years, Philippe founded TOCO along with Veroniek Willen (COO) and Sven Beauprez (CTO) in february 2019. “Veroniek has a background as a consultant in banking, Sven has a lot of experience as a software architect.
This versatile cocktail of accounting, banking and technology made TOCO quickly take flight. Moreover, with an average age of 35 we are no longer twentysomethings creating a startup from an attic somewhere, but experts with a lot of experience.”

What added value does TOCO generate for entrepreneurs trying to streamline their financial records?

TOCO is a new indispensable application for young entrepreneurs. It allows you to closely follow up on your finances. It unites your different bank accounts into a single portal, that also stores your documents, invoices, transactions and accounting information.

“We remove the complexity by offering one handy application for your SME’s entire financial archive.”

For what type of company or entrepreneur is TOCO best suited?

“TOCO is available for everyone – self-employed or SME – who dreads collecting and finding all of their documentation for their VAT returns each quarter, and who loses a lot of time in the process. TOCO creates a pleasant environment where you can upload, control, pay and send documents to your accountant.

With the software, you’ll regain control over your accounting system. You’ll keep everything close and your accountant won’t have to wait until the end of the quarter to work on your records. We can’t make it more fun, but we can make it easier.”

Where do you see TOCO in 5 years?

“In the short term we mostly want to release a qualitative financial record keeping software into the Belgian market, one that functions ‘maniacally’ well to win the domestic market. Besides that, our software is already completely available in the rest of Europe. We’ve already been talking to the UK, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Finland and Italy, among others.”

“We remove the complexity in financial record keeping by offering a single application for all of your company’s records.”

Looking for more of our expert’s insights? Philippe also shared his views on the evolution of record keeping, the part AI might play in accountancy and handed us 5 tips to streamline your financial records.

  • The new accountancy: the evolution and automation of your financial records
  • AI in accountancy for SMEs: what the future holds
  • 5 tips to optimize your finances

Ready for the next step? Get advice from the Brainbridge experts about being a freelancer in IT or check out the TOCO financial record keeping software to optimize your processes.

Split and merge

Split and merge

Hello, my name is Evelien, Product Owner of TOCO.

You already know how to easily upload documents on our platform, but sometimes you want to edit those documents even further. Maybe you would like to upload all your documents at once and then split them further or maybe you would like to delete a blank page in a document? I would like to explain how to do that in the blog below.

Splitting up documents

Suppose you have uploaded a stack of invoices in one go via your scanner. This joint document is now in your inbox. Click on the 3 dots at the end of the document row and select the action ‘Split’. Your document will open in the window ‘Split or merge documents’. In this window you will see all the separate pages of your document. As soon as you stand between two pages of your document, a blue dividing line with a pair of scissors will appear. Click and your document will be split from there. All pages after the dividing line will slide down and form a new document. You can immediately give this new document the correct name by entering a document name in the name field. You can keep splitting up until each invoice has become a separate document.


Delete pages

Does your document have unnecessary attachments or even a blank page? You can easily remove them in the ‘Split and merge documents’ window. Select the document you want to edit and choose the ‘Split’ action. In the window you delete a page by selecting it (you can see this by the page turning grey) and clicking on the trash icon. Do you want to delete an entire document? Then click on the trash icon at the end of a document row.


Merging documents

Do you want to merge multiple documents in your inbox? Then select them and choose ‘split or merge documents’ at the top. The ‘Split or merge documents’ window is displayed and you can easily drag and drop pages up or down (once selected).


Save changes

Whether you have split documents, deleted pages or merged documents, as soon as you click ‘Save’ the documents will be adapted to the new situation. Deleted documents disappear, modified documents are updated and new documents appear in your inbox. In order to keep the high performance search function that TOCO is known for, we need to scan the documents again, which is why you can see the ‘upload’ message temporarily. After that, you can perform all actions on documents again (forward to your accountant, to company documents, delete, …).

Silverfin integration

Silverfin integration

Gain immediate insight into accounting reports through the TOCO-Silverfin integration

In previous blogs we already explained how to upload, pay and forward invoices to your accountant. But where do you see the results of keeping your financial records? How does your accountant process the documents you provide and how does this help you as a client to get the best possible advice?  I would like to explain this to you in the blog below.

The Silverfin platform

The Silverfin platform is integrated with the most common accounting packages and financial reporting tools. As a result, your accountant has at his disposal at any time a report with the latest data (invoices, account statements, …) of your company, regardless of how you deliver those documents. The accountant then uses this data to create the correct accounting reports on the Silverfin platform and make them available in TOCO. This allows you to collaborate better and refer to the same documents. Thanks to Silverfin, your accountant has more time to support you with advice.

The TOCO-Silverfin integration

TOCO has a partnership with Silverfin. This has the big advantage that you as a TOCO user (if your accountant works with the Silverfin platform) can consult the reports and analyses of your accountant directly on the TOCO platform. Fully integrated, so no separate login required. Your accountant has to make the link between their Silverfin platform and your company only once in TOCO.

As a user you will find your reports in TOCO under the menu ‘Pulse’. The first time you go to the ‘Pulse’, you will receive an email at the email address that is linked to your TOCO user. Once you have accepted the invitation, your reports will appear in TOCO. You can choose a certain accounting period and type of report at the top of the screen. If you are working with a quarterly periodicity, your accountant will probably create one or more reports every quarter, for example the VAT return. But you can also consult a profit and loss account, a balance sheet, etc. if your accountant has opened this report. It is the accountant who decides what is available and can be shown.

One of the biggest advantages of the Silverfin reports is that you can click through to the document level. Imagine you are looking at a profit and loss account. For each general ledger account you will find the different cost items with: date, description, document number and the amount. Even the original invoice (PDF document) is available, if linked by the accountant. Awesome!

Why are these accounting reports so important?

First of all, because you can consult your reports at any time, so you can see how your company is doing in accounting terms. In addition, it gives you an overview of what data is passed on to other authorities, such as the tax authorities. And last but not least, it completes the circle of your financial administration. Your hard work is rewarded!


Payments in TOCO

Payments in TOCO

Hi, my name is Jonas, Lead Analyst of TOCO.

We all know that our financial documents are the basis of our financial administration. By reading our previous blogs, you know how to deal with them on TOCO. Besides having your documents, the second most important part is being able to pay them and keep track of the ones that are paid and which are not.

Pay your invoice

Paying your invoice on TOCO is a piece of cake. Your bank being open/able to read the universal European payment QR is however not always the case. Unfortunately the banks can decide themselves wether to implement this or not. Let’s look at the flow how it works in TOCO.

When you open an invoice in TOCO you will see the PDF of the invoice and all corresponding details already filled in by our OCR. The second tab of this document shows you the options to pay this invoice. To make sure all data is correct, you need to first check the OCR’d payment information and afterwards you can create the above mentioned QR code. This QR code is scannable with KBC, Belfius and Bunq banking apps.
You scan the QR code, your banking app shows you all the payment information and you can confirm. After your payment, you can easily indicate the invoice as paid.

Payment status

Every invoice in TOCO has a payment status. This way you can easily keep track of invoices paid, unpaid, overdue, etc. This information is displayed in your inbox so you can see in a glance where you still need to take action.

Tip: pay attention in setting the payment status correct when uploading your documents in TOCO. This off course is essential in your further processing of the documents.

Meet our newest teammember, Iris Geudens.🥳

A warm welcome to our newest teammember, Iris Geudens.🥳

We are delighted to welcome our newest teammember, Iris Geudens, as Sales Executive for TOCO. Iris is no rookie when it comes to working for a start-up, as two times start-up founder at the age of 25. Data and automatization are just a few of Iris’s passions.

What challenges do you like in your job?
“I have a strong problem-solving mindset and that comes in handy in a start-up where everyone has an all-round package of tasks. I like to work with passionate colleagues. Who, like me, are motivated every day to take on all the challenges. TOCO is in full growth and I want to contribute to that growth.”

Why did you choose TOCO?

“As I got to know the TOCO team during the application period, I immediately got the feel that TOCO has a motivated team with a lot of knowledge and a strong vision. As entrepreneur I experienced the problem that TOCO build a solution for, so I believe in the strength of our product.”

What can we contact you for at TOCO?

“I’m the first point of contact for entrepreneurs and accountant that want to get to know TOCO. So contact me!”

What is your favorite motivational quote?

“The ones that are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.” Steve Jobs

Any Questions, contact Iris on

SAVE THE DATES : TOCO will be participating at TAXVILLE ON TOUR 2020

SAVE THE DATES : TOCO will be participating at TAXVILLE ON TOUR 2020.

TOCO is very proud to announce that we will be on tour together with Wolters Kluwer to present our best of class integration with the leading business software vendor in Belgium.

TaxVille On Tour is an event taking place in 4 locations in March and enabling accountants to better understand the challenge of digitalisation and how important is the onboarding of your clients in this process.

Breakout sessions, a fiscal club and a plenary session focussed on client’s communication and advisory are in the planning. 

Following the signing of a strategic partnership in the last quarter of 2019, TOCO has been fully integrated in the product portfolio of Wolters Kluwer on both technical and commercial point of view.

TOCO is the portal enabling entrepreneur and tax advisors to better collaborate in the cloud, based on key features offered to entrepreneurs (personal digital archive, approved by the NBB and FOD Finances, payment with QR codes or PSD2, seamless integration with among others Basecone, Expert/M and Adsolut).

Present as a significant partner, the TOCO Team will be demonstrating the integration in the Wolters Kluwer ecosystem. We will be there also to activate the free TOCO Start to all accountants willing to initiate a new way of collaborating with clients. Come and meet us!

You can register for free on

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Marathon Sevilla

Marathon Sevilla

That medal is mine! I ran the Seville marathon! The full 42.2km long!

It was enjoyable until km 21…after that I had to fight with myself, against the pain and the fatigue. What was my ultimate motivation? I got excited with the thought that every kilometer I ran there was one closer to that medal…step by step.

Read in my previous blog how I prepared myself for this.