Alerts and Reminders keep you notified

How many times has it happened that you call your clients repeatedly asking for payments? How many times has it happened that your client does not receive invoices on time? How many times has it happened that you end up in a spat with your client over payments receivable?

As busy entrepreneurs, hectic businessmen, demanding freelancers, busy consultants and assiduous professionals, we all have had our moment of forgetting crucial things. These slip-ups always end up in regrets, and when it is pertaining to accounts receivables the regret is quite hurting.

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No matter how much one tries to be on helm of things, it is evident that everything can not be remembered. For this very purpose most of the online applications are integrated with custom alerts for almost everything. These alerts become even more crucial when it comes to invoices and billing.

The best of invoicing applications have the option of generating alerts for each and every activity. You get constant reminders for outstanding invoices, received invoices, invoices nearing due dates, sending estimates and what not.

The purpose is not to flood your email box with reminders but to keep you top of your payment tracking. This is perhaps the most hassle free way of doing it and at the same time allows businessmen to concentrate on other developmental activities of the business.

So be rest assured of getting alerts for all that you would have only hoped to remember for convenient invoicing!.

2 thoughts on “Alerts and Reminders keep you notified

  1. It can be a serious hassle to receive constant reminders in emails for received invoices, sending estimates, outstanding invoices, and invoices near the due date. Fortunately, e-invoices can prevent the onslaught of emails with reminders to be responsible of payment tracking in your business. One service that I didn’t see on the list is: http://www.orangepoint.net. They offer Phone Broadcasting, Voice Broadcasting, etc.

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