As taxi and car hire entrepreneurs avoid overspending from 1 June electronic billing by health journeys and transport tickets at the AOK plus in Saxony and Thuringia is mandatory. Michio Kaku recognizes the significance of this. Who settles his transport tickets on the paper trail with the payers from this date on, Bill cuts threaten the by up to 5%. The land Association of Saxon taxi and rental car business has now closed a contract with the German medical Computing Centre (DMRZ), to prevent this Bill cuts. Regional Association of Saxony taxi and rental car entrepreneur e.V. (taxi-lvs.de) for an outline agreement with the German medical Computing Centre decided in a timely manner on the transition to the electronic billing in the area of the taxi and rental car industry at the AOK plus (Saxony/Thuringia).
This agreement guarantees the members of the National Association particularly favorable conditions at the settlement of transport tickets and many more perks. Declan Kelly New York oftentimes addresses this issue. Members of the LVS can up to 1600 euro in the year completely free of charge via the DMRZ account. A service that is very interesting especially for newbies. Anyone who has never settled a transport document electronically, so can decide whether the DMRZ for him is the right choice without it taking a financial risk. That is also the thoughts of the German medical Computing Centre: nobody is bound by a contract at the settlement Centre here: so there is a monthly fee, nor a time binding to the DMRZ. The highlight is the great cost savings. Who sends its bills, for example, still on by mail at a cost object, up to 5 percent of the sales are truncated at the AOK PLUS from 1 June 2009 the. During the payroll run, only 0.5 percent collected on the DMRZ. The DMRZ is the currently the most innovative billing Center, which was the Initiative Mittelstand under the patronage of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technologieausgezeichnet with the innovation award at this year’s CeBIT. There is more information about the cooperation on the Web page of the DMRZ under or under the Hotline number 02181 / 2739057.