My first invoicing solution, years ago, was Microsoft Word. I created an invoice with my logo and email it to a client or send it to them in the mail.
I did this for a few years, until I tried to use Intuit Quickbooks invoicing solution. It was complicated and money showed up twice.
Next, I switched to Freshbooks and loved it, but I was tired of using two different money management solutions.
Then I switched to Quickbooks Online and found that invoicing solution to be pretty simple – but I do still have funds that are showing up twice in my profit and loss statement. Very annoying.
What solutions are you using to invoice clients and keep track of your funds?
Sage One launched about 2 years ago and was specifically designed to make it very simple and easy for small business owners to manage their clients and finances. Recently Sage One Invoicing launched to specifically address the need for businesses to INVOICE and collect payments faster and easier.
Sage One and Sage One Invoicing continues to show that it is no longer as difficult to START a small business as it was 10 years ago, or 5 year ago. All the tools you need to market, manage finances, hire talent and so many other things are all a mouse click away.
These services are offered by new startups and by mature companies like Sage who have years of experience in helping small businesses grow.
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