Sunday, December 21, 2008
The insidious foes in business are confusion, chaos and clutter. Any single task on its own generally isnâ€™t a problem, but problems occur when you are surrounded by a mountain of tasks that all needed to be done urgently. These problems can include things not being done in time, done improperly or not done at all. In particular to manage invoices and quotes well can also be overwhelming, but it doesnâ€™t have to be that way.
What is an invoice?
An invoice is a request for payment for goods or services provided. To prevent confusion it should be clear what was provided to your customer (goods and or services), why the invoice was raised, how much they need to pay and when payment is required.
Help your customer and include a customer reference
The reason why the invoice was raised should be quoted to help your customer, and Invoiceplace includes a Reference field which can be used to record a purchase order, project or activity that your customer is undertaking that requires your goods or services.
To help your customers there is now also a field â€˜Customer Referenceâ€™ with which you can record any other reference number that your customer provides which helps keep their paperwork in order.
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