Recurring Forecasting Report is Now Available

In the most recent feature update your Invoicera account would now have the ability to generate future revenue reports from recurring invoices. Remember report cards that you used to dread during your school days, this one is very different. The difference is that instead of D against subjects this recurring report would generate forecasted revenue that you would potentially be earning from your recurring invoices during the entire year.

We believe this report would be extremely beneficial for all Invoicera users who have created recurring profiles for invoicing. They would be able to view the forecasted revenue for all recurring invoices during the current year. Just imagine the impact it would have to have the ability to view all of next year’s expected invoices based on all the recurring profiles. Let us take for instance, if X is a web hosting service provider and uses Invoicera almost solely for hosting and email campaign bills (which is recurring revenue) and has the ability to glance through where he stands in the current year, month by month, in terms of the revenue generated would be invaluable.

It is this thought that prompted us to integrate this feature with Invoicera, just to give that extra leverage and ability with your invoice reporting.

Along with this update we also took the opportunity to provide you with additional permission for your staff. Now while giving staff permissions you would have the option to grant access to your staff members to view only those invoices which they have created for their clients. This implies staff members would be able to view only those invoices which they have created and not created by any other staff member. This permission can be granted by ticking ‘Staff Specific Invoices/Estimates’ under the staff tab in set permissions.

Do let us know how important this feature update has been for you by leaving your comments.


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