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What is E-invoicing and How Does It Work?

What is E-invoicing and How Does It Work?

Invoicing your clients is a tricky question. It can become both the greatest joy and the biggest headache. On one hand, you are finally at the highest peak of your project, you are getting the reward for all your accomplishments, on another hand, you have to deal with the whole process of creating, emailing and chasing up your invoice.

However, is there a way to change all that? Can invoicing actually be only about positive sense of accomplishment without any boring and frustrating procedures attached? We say YES and the answer to that is e-invoicing.

First of all, it saves your time and money. It’s a perfect tool to make your business processes simpler. You don’t have to deal with manual information entries – you save your time, and protect yourself from human errors. The biggest advantage of the modern invoicing systems is the ability to arrange everything you need on your mobile device straight from the working place the moment the job is done, no matter where you are. The sooner you do it, the better. You don’t have to wait until you’re back at the office. You can ditch all the spreadsheets and long and boring manual processes. If you send out the invoice when the idea of your work is still fresh and vivid, it increases your chances to get paid more promptly. And of course, by using e-invoicing systems you help the environment. Using modern invoicing can significantly reduce or even completely eliminate paper from invoicing process.

And the benefits work both ways! You think it’s convenient for you? Imagine how satisfied your clients can be to have a clear, fast and easy to use system. Besides that, chasing unpaid invoices can be hard for business relationships. With e-invoicing all the hard job is done for you, so you can forget uncomfortable reminders and allow your business relationships to stay as positive as possible.

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