Posti’s new OmaPosti mobile app combines online shopping, invoices and letters

Posti’s new OmaPosti mobile app combines online shopping, invoices and letters

Posti has reported that its new OmaPosti app allows for the administration of invoices, tracking and routing items and sending parcels for cheaper prices.

OmaPosti will replace the current Posti app, which has over 100,000 monthly users.

In a statement issued today (6 June), Timo Korander, Head of Consumer and Digital Services at Posti, said: “The first version of OmaPosti is extremely handy for everyone who shops online. It’s now considerably easier to track and route online store items. Sending your parcels is also cheapest using OmaPosti.”

According to Posti: “In the first version of the service, the app will automatically receive electronic letters, i.e. invoices currently sent to Netposti. Paper invoices can also be paid easily in the app by taking a photograph of the invoice’s bar code. In the next phase, users can direct all invoices and e-invoices in their email to OmaPosti.”

The app is still a work in progress, with more new features in the pipeline.

“OmaPosti is by no means ready,” said Korander. “We are still actively developing it with users. We will add many features that make your everyday life easier in the near future.”

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