Get detailed invoice data with Datamolino

In addition to header and footer invoice data, Datamolino captures invoice description and tax and line item breakdown of each invoice.


Invoice is more than the sum of its numbers. There are situations where you need to be aware of “what was delivered” without opening the invoice image to read the contents of the invoices. Datamolino competitors skimp on providing you the “invoice description”, instead they might repeat the supplier name or worse, just put a dot in the invoice description field.


With Datamolino you get the invoice description in the default data set. This is usually the descriptive part of the invoice or the text of the first line item (if there is no distinct invoice description on the document).


In addition to an invoice summary, Datamolino provides you also with a tax line summary. This helps you split the invoice based on the different tax rates. The tax summary is captured from the invoice (if printed in a table on the invoice) or calculated from the line items if possible.


If you opt for our “detailed” user plans, you also get line item breakdown with line item descriptions whenever line item data capture is possible via automated means.


What are the 5 best Datamolino features?

1. Automatic PDF splitting
2. Better automation scenarios
3. Detailed invoice data
4. Baked in approval of invoice
5. Datamolino is greater than the sum of its parts

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