Helps save the environment through digital mailings
In recent years, Kredinor has taken important steps in the area of digitalisation and robotisation, and this development will continue. We digitalised more than 8 million invoices in 2020 and 2021, which has a huge environmental benefit, as reducing the use of paper saves roughly 700 trees* each year. This also eliminates input factors such as envelopes, printing, transport/shipping and human resources along all parts of the chain, which also reduces the negative impact on the environment.
Furthermore, we have developed and modernised all our digital channels for the benefit of both our clients and our end customers. We will continue to develop digitalised products and distribution channels. This will reduce the impact on the environment even further in the years ahead.
We digitalised more than 8 million invoices in 2020 and 2021, which has a huge environmental benefit, as reducing the use of paper saves roughly 700 trees* each year.
Good customer experiences
The result of this digitisation is to send invoices more quickly to the end customer. We have also made it easier for them to pay through fully digital solutions, which has resulted in faster payments from a higher number of customers.
We will continue our work with digitisation and robotisation – to ensure that we can fulfil our UN Sustainability Goals for 2030. Together, we can build a better future for everyone.
*It is difficult to know exactly how many sheets of paper one tree will produce, as trees vary in size and shape, but we can reasonably assume that we would get about 8,000 to 20,000 sheets per tree. The estimate for 700 saved trees is based on the calculation of 14,000 sheets of paper per tree.
Head of Sustainability at Kredinor
Edda Flatlandsmo is in charge of the sustainability work at Kredinor. She works with everything from smaller day-to-day steps to more extensive measures and larger structural investments, all associated with sustainable development at Kredinor.