How Euregio HabetsRoyen shaped the guidance for their transition to TriFact365

Euregio HabetsRoyen employs around 50 staff whose tasks include bookkeeping, preparing annual accounts and advising small and medium-sized companies. We speak with Corrie Bessems, team leader accounting, about the choice of TriFact365 and their guidance in this switch.

Two Employees of a butcher shop stand together with an accountant from Euregio HabetsRoyen in the butcher shop

Team leader

Corrie is Team Leader of the accountants. Naturally, she is responsible for a number of administrations where she does the bookkeeping herself. Her core task is supervising employees and clients. In particular, she instructs clients on how to work with the TriFact365 app and points out the possibilities and impossibilities of e-mailing to TriFact365.


Corrie says that Euregio HabetsRoyen has been working on digitisation for some time. Since last year, this has gained momentum. The reason for this was that Dizzydata stopped. Because of this forced change, they started looking for another solution. A task that fell to Corrie. In this search, they came — partly thanks to the good reviews — to TriFact365.

I find it a simple and user-friendly programme. Someone who is not so familiar with digitisation can still work well with it.


This digitisation move naturally had implications for how employees worked. To help her colleagues get started, Corrie created a short digital course. Moreover, the necessary material was already available from TriFact365. It was her experience that everyone could already get started using the videos from TriFact365. The user-friendliness of the programme also plays into this.


Now that the move to TriFact365 has been completed, the firm wants to take the next step. Their wish is for the accounting work to be further automated. This will allow staff to focus even more on audit work. A need that TriFact365 recognises and new modules will soon be available. After all, automation never stands still.

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