Multi currency invoicing in 82 different currencies

Invoiceplace now makes multi currency online invoicing even easier with an update to the currencies available. You can now manage invoices, quotes and track payments received in 82 different currencies, and you can invoice the same customer in more than one currency.

Supported currencies (with three letter currency code) are as follows:

  • USD – Dollars (United States)
  • AUD – Dollars (Australia)
  • NZD – Dollars (New Zealand)
  • GBP – Pounds (United Kingdom)
  • EUR – Euro
  • CAD – Dollars (Canada)
  • SGD – Dollars (Singapore)
  • INR – Rupees (India)
  • AED – Dirhams (United Arab Emirates)
  • ALL – Leke (Albania)
  • ANG – Guilders (Netherlands Antilles)
  • ARS – Pesos (Argentina)
  • BGN – Leva (Bulgaria)
  • BHD – Dinars (Bahrain)
  • BOB – Bolivianos (Bolivia)
  • BRL – Real (Brazil)
  • BYR – Rubles (Belarus)
  • CLP – Pesos (Chile)
  • CNY – Yuan Renminbi (China)
  • COP – Pesos (Colombia)
  • CRC – Colones (Costa Rica)
  • CZK – Koruny (Czech Republic)
  • DKK – Kroner (Denmark)
  • DOP – Pesos (Dominican Republic)
  • DZD – Dinars (Algeria)
  • EEK – Krooni (Estonia)
  • EGP – Pounds (Egypt)
  • GTQ – Quetzales (Guatemala)
  • HKD – Hong Kong Dollars
  • HNL – Lempiras (Honduras)
  • HRK – Kuna (Croatia)
  • HUF – Forint (Hungary)
  • ILS – New Shekels (Israel)
  • IDR – Rupiahs (Indonesia)
  • IQD – Dinars (Iraq)
  • ISK – Kronur (Iceland)
  • HTG – Gourdes (Haiti)
  • JOD – Dinars (Jordan)
  • JPY – Yen (Japan)
  • KRW – Won Korea (South)
  • PKR – Rupees (Pakistan)
  • KWD – Dinars (Kuwait)
  • LBP – Pounds (Lebanon)
  • RON – New Lei (Romania)
  • LTL – Litai (Lithuania)
  • LVL – Lati (Latvia)
  • LYD – Dinars (Libya)
  • MAD – Dirhams (Morocco)
  • MKD – Denars (Macedonia)
  • MXN – Pesos (Mexico)
  • MYR – Ringgits (Malaysia)
  • NGN – Nairas (Nigeria)
  • NIO – Cordobas (Nicaragua)
  • NOK – Krone (Norway)
  • OMR – Rials (Oman)
  • PAB – Balboa (Panama)
  • DOP – Pesos (Dominican Republic)
  • PEN – Nuevos Soles (Peru)
  • PGK – Kina (Papua New Guinea)
  • PHP – Pesos (Philippines)
  • PLN – Zlotych (Poland)
  • PYG – Guarani (Paraguay)
  • QAR – Rials (Qatar)
  • RUB – Rubles (Russia)
  • SAR – Riyals (Saudi Arabia)
  • SDD – Pounds (Sudan)
  • SEK – Kronor (Sweden)
  • CHF – Francs (Switzerland)
  • SKK – Koruny (Slovakia)
  • SVC – Colones (El Salvador)
  • SYP – Pounds (Syria)
  • THB – Baht (Thailand)
  • TND – Dinars (Tunisia)
  • TRY – New Lira (Turkey)
  • TWD – New Dollars (Taiwan)
  • UAH – Hryvnia (Ukraine)
  • UYU – Pesos (Uruguay)
  • VEB – Bolivares (Venezuela)
  • VND – Dong (Viet Nam)
  • YER – Rials (Yemen)
  • XCD – East Caribbean Dollars
  • ZAR – Rand (South Africa)

Try Invoiceplace today – Easy Invoicing And Quotes From Anywhere. Sign up for free, click here to start.

Electronic invoicing with multi currency templates

If you want to manage invoices in multiple currencies without ending up in a screaming frustrated heap you need to be prepared. Use Invoiceplace electronic multi-currency invoicing and create separate invoice templates for each of the different currencies you do business in.

If a template is created in a different currency to what you normally use the currency will now display in the drop down list.

When you need to create an invoice for a certain currency simply choose the template and the currency and other details are already filled out to save you time.

Try Invoiceplace today – Easy Invoicing And Quotes From Anywhere. Sign up for free, click here to start.

Say little or say a lot when invoicing

Sometimes you don’t need a lot of words to say a lot, and other times many words are not enough. This is true for many types of written communication, including invoicing.

When billing it is critical that your customer clearly understand what they are paying for, to avoid any confusion or differences in opinion to what they expect to receive and you are actually delivering.

Invoiceplace provides for you to record an invoice description, detail for each line item and a comments field for other details. Now these fields will automatically grow to accommodate the detail you need to require – making your online invoicing even easier and hassle free.

Try Invoiceplace today – Easy Invoicing And Quotes From Anywhere. Sign up for free, click here to start.

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Simple invoicing now with draft quotes and invoices

It can be hard work keeping track of invoices and quotes, even more so when you provide obligation free quotes and have a dozen prospective customers on the go at any time. Invoiceplace now provides an easy way to organize your draft quotes and invoices in one place, that can be accessed from anywhere – easy mobile invoicing to save you time and help you make more money.

How to create a draft invoice

You can create a draft invoice by setting the Status when editing, and choose an option of ‘Draft’ or ‘Open’. New invoices and quotes automatically have a status of Open (unless you create a special invoice template – see below).

Manage draft invoices and quotes

Draft quotes are listed, and a total amount shows ( in multiple currencies if required) to give you an idea of how much business you are chasing.

Draft quotes and invoices can be deleted, copied or opened. Clicking on the Open option will take you to the Review page for printing or emailing the quote to your customer.

Similarly draft invoices with total amounts are listed.

Draft quotes and invoices report

The total amount of draft invoices and quotes by customer is shown in the front page. Drafts are not counted in any of the other reports.

Print or email a draft invoice or quote to your customer

Drafts can be printed or emailed as required. The difference is that the title includes the word ‘DRAFT’. When emailing ‘DRAFT’ is also included in the subject line.

Create an invoice template for a draft

To create an invoice or quote as a draft you will need to use an invoice template that has a Draft status.

Important note with invoices quotes and paid invoices

An invoiced quote and paid and partially paid invoices cannot be changed to a draft status.

Try Invoiceplace today – Easy Invoicing And Quotes From Anywhere. Sign up for free, click here to start.

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