With the company’s launch this past January, Invoicera faced a not-so-unique challenge: how to distinguish itself from the variety of other companies already offering online invoicing and billing software. We’ve seen it happen before—a good idea gets run into the ground by an assortment of companies jumping on the bandwagon without having anything new to add to the mix.
Fortunately, Invoicera doesn’t seem to fall into this trap. They offer not only a professional, easy-to-use service but one with a variety of features, including the option of sending estimates to your clients prior to creating invoices. Invoicera also has the ability to automatically generate invoices, saving time and stress.
Where Invoicera really shines, of course, is in its accessible invoicing software. While the trial feature could use some work (the pictures are too small and the text is somewhat vague), the service is easy enough to discover on your own-even if you aren’t a technophile, making Invoicera a great new addition to the market of online invoicing software.
- Save time and hassle by setting up automatic invoicing for your lawn care business
- Take the pressure off and allow your accountant (or anyone else you happen to trust) to access your billing history for your consulting practice
- Eliminate paper and postage fees from your banking business by sending bills and receiving payments electronically
- Include your business logo on the invoice for an even more professional look
- Backup your data and save it to your desktop to ensure you don’t lose any vital information
- Create estimates for your clients before sending invoices. These can easily be turned into invoices after your clients have reviewed them
- Take advantage of the reminders and alerts feature, keeping track of important dates and deadlines
What we liked:
- Numerous invoice payment options available, including PayPal, Authorize.net, and others
- Multiple currency support, allowing users to operate Invoicera in most major currencies
- Plenty of features available but generally easy-to-use
What we didn’t like:
- The website could benefit from a more in-depth tour for its newer and less experienced users
- Details about the pricing of more advanced packages and features are not yet clear
- Launched: January 2009
- Owned by Vinove
- Headquarters: New Delhi, India
- Founded by: Parvesh Aggarwal
- Web site: http://www.invoicera.com
- Free for the basic package
- Paid plans start at $7/mo and run up to $89/mo