Payhawk Recognised as DATEV Marktplatz Partner
May 31, 2024

Payhawk, the global spend management solution, has been named a 'DATEV-Marktplatz Schnittstellen' partner by DATEV, the tax consulting and advisory and financial accounting software provider.

DATEV's marketplace encompasses a list of preferred software vendors, providing companies and tax law firms with access to a directory of best-in-class solutions for their individual needs.

The partner solutions are linked to the DATEV products via DATEV’s data services. This enables automated and secure data exchange and strengthens the collaboration between tax law firms and companies. To ensure successful interaction between the solutions, DATEV regularly carries out technical testing of the DATEV interfaces in the partner solutions.

This is another significant milestone and recognition of Payhawk's seamless and efficient integration solution.

Payhawk began working with DATEV in 2021 to improve interoperability between the systems and optimise companies’ accounting processes in relation to their accountants. Payhawk is now listed on the DATEV marketplace based on the implementation of the DATEV Rechnungsdaten service 1.0.

This status reinforces Payhawk's reputation as a trusted partner and recognises significant service improvements over the years, including full supplier management, double-entry transaction transfer, automation of accounting tasks, consolidation of accounting data, and the ability to integrate with other financial systems across Europe.

Hristo Borisov, CEO and co-founder of Payhawk, said: "Being a DATEV-Marktplatz Schnittstellenpartner is a significant achievement for us and recognises our commitment to providing the best solutions for Germany and Europe.

"At Payhawk, we are committed to driving innovation in a sector that is often still working with outdated and manual systems. Through our system integrations with the best and most mature software solutions, we enable finance teams in medium to large organisations to gain control and visibility over their business spend."