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Fortnox supports following triggers and actions
All Triggers - A trigger kickstarts the flow
Triggers when a new supplier is created
Triggers when a new invoice is created
Triggers when a new order is created
Triggers when a new customer is created
Supplier invoice created
Triggers when a new supplier invoice is created
All Actions - Action are the automated tasks
Creates a new customer
Creates a new invoice
Creates a new order
Creates a new supplier
Fetch supplier - By number
Fetches the details of an existing supplier by number
Fetches the details of an existing order by document number
Fetch customer - By number
Fetches the details of an existing customer by number
Fetches the details of an existing invoice by document number
Fetch customer - By name or email address
Fetches the details of an existing customer by name, email address, or both
Fetch supplier invoice
Fetches the details an existing supplier invoice by order number
What is Fortnox?
Fortnox is a web-based accounting and invoicing platform. You can collaborate with accounting consultants, manage insurance, and follow up on employee attendance and salary deductions.
Categories : Accounting
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