Synch and FDIH have collaborated to develop a digital tool that simplifies the composition and aligning of terms and conditions of purchase

Synch has developed a digital tool for FDIH (Forening for Dansk Internethandel). The tool allows e-commerce companies to effectively produce terms and conditions of purchase that comply with the legislation. 

FDIH is launching a digital tool today, which makes it possible to generate terms and conditions of purchase effectively. Now, e-commerce companies can look forward to producing, updating or improving their trading conditions intuitively and quickly. The platform makes it possible to compose the terms and conditions of purchase within 15-30 minutes. The e-commerce companies answer some questions, after which the tool delivers the finished conditions. Members of the FDIH can choose to get notified if any law amendments require the terms and conditions of purchase to be updated. 

The trading terms were drafted by the FDIH and are fully compliant with the Danish consumer legislation, such as the Consumer Contracts Act, as well as the Danish Consumer Ombudsman guidelines. Synch’s software development unit developed the platform. 

”FDIH wanted to be able to offer its members a digital tool that could digitalize and simplify the process of developing trading conditions. At Synch, we have extensive experience with developing digital tools, so we are proud of that FDIH has partnered with us for the benefit of their members. We’ve built the software from scratch. The goal was for it also to be used to produce other documents, which can be based on structured user input”, says Kristoffer Rosenquist Kirk.

The service is currently available to the FDIH members (more than 2000 e-commerce businesses). The digital tool is free to use for members of FDIH. Non-members can purchase access. Get access to the service here.

For more information, please contact Daniel, +45 5190 8339 or Kristoffer Rosenquist, +45 3121 6015 or Sergii Shcherbak,, +47 413 50 929.

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