Send Customer Invoices
They’re detailed, crucial business records. But managing them doesn’t have to be complicated.
Invoices are payment requests businesses send electronically, in the mail or in person after they deliver products or services to customers. As a payment reminder and financial record for the customer, an invoice traditionally includes a unique number so that it can be easily stored and accessed in a system, details of the product or service provided, an itemized list describing costs and taxes, the date the invoice was sent, the date the product or service was delivered, contact information for the buyer and seller, the total amount due, payment terms and options, and a payment due date. Even if a customer has already paid, an invoice is as important to send as a proof of payment, or receipt, which confirms the amount, when and how a customer paid. Putting together an invoice manually can be a lengthy, detailed process.
We offer integration support to connect your payment gateway with specialized invoicing software that automates the whole process. It saves customer information so you can access it with one click. Integrated software gives your business easy-to-follow templates to create, send, track and manage invoices electronically. It syncs with other network software, like inventory systems, to make your business run more smoothly. The billing process becomes more efficient as software provides customers with customized dashboards displaying current invoices, invoice history, order tracking numbers and automated notifications to signal upcoming payments. When your payment gateway teams up with applications such as QuickBooks or FreshBooks, you can take the manual work out of tracking billable hours, putting them on an invoice and sending them to customers. The synchronization of applications makes invoices with click-to-pay buttons so clients can easily make payments. All of the transaction information is reflected in your accounting platform and payment system in real time.