Björn Lundén Fakturering (invoicing)

TimeLog & Björn Lundén Invoicing

With the integration between TimeLog and BL Fakturering, you simplify your invoicing process and experience fewer errors. It saves you both time and money.

In TimeLog, you can automatically create invoices based on registered project hours and transfer them to BL Fakturering together with the customer information with just a single click.

You avoid the double work of first creating the invoice draft manually and then later creating it in BL Fakturering. Instead, you create your invoice draft automatically, and you can quickly send it to your customer.

At the same time, you avoid invoicing errors, because you do not need to enter data in two different systems. And because TimeLog’s time registration is directly linked to the invoicing, all hours land on the invoices and not in a pile of Excel sheets.

With the integration you get:

  • Easy transfer of customer data and invoices
  • A complete overview of invoices in both systems
  • An updated invoicing process, where a part of the responsibilities is moved to the project manager
  • Constantly updated invoicing potential in TimeLog
  • An alert system, so you never transfer an invoice with missing information
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Benefits of integrating TimeLog and Björn Lundén Fakturering

With the integration to Björn Lundén, you can manage your time, projects and contracts in TimeLog and focus on the accounting part in BL Fakturering.

You get an overview of your project finances, so you can make the best possible decisions based on solid data in TimeLog, while you get a flexible, simple and quality assured invoicing.


It is free to use the integration and you can set it up without any help. You just need to activate the integration in the TimeLog system and enter your login details for BL Fakturering.

Then you are ready to invoice right away.

This integration requires:

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Employee data, customer data, etc. are typically processed both by you and your suppliers. But your company is responsible for the correct processing of data. Therefore, you need to ask your supplier for documentation to prove they’re GDPR compliant.

Which control targets do you have in place?

Make sure to ask which control targets your supplier has in place related to data security and IT infrastructure. A control target could e.g. be a process for managing GDPR incidents, or adequate knowledge about which systems manage which data, especially personal data. A significant part of ISAE 3402 is to set up a number of documented control targets that are controlled by a specialised auditor.

When did you last assess your IT compliance?

Ask your supplier how often they revise, validate and update their IT policy and security. Companies often purchase new programs, IT tools or apps, and that must be reflected in the processes and documentation. Det er ikke nok, at en leverandør har lavet en IT-politik tilbage i 2018, da GDPR blev indført. It must be updated all the time. Unlike the ISO 2700X certifications, the control of ISAE 3402 and ISAE 3000 is performed every year. An ISO 2700X certification doesn’t need renewal, but shows that the conditions were met at the time of the certification. So, if your supplier has an ISO certification, ask when it was done.

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How often do you visit your supplier? Maybe they’re placed completely or partially in a different country? An ISAE 3402 declaration includes a physical audit of the security.

What is your procedure for processing sensitive personal data?

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Our GDPR compliance has been reviewed and approved by independent auditors

Our GDPR compliance and IT infrastructure have been quality assured by independent auditors' statements through the ISAE 3000 GDPR and ISAE 3402 reports. See our reports and learn more about ISAE 3000 and ISAE 3402.