Further Polish updates to print slownie or the amount in words on an invoice

Polish requirements start that the slownie – or amount in words – must be printed on invoices, which Invoiceplace now supports. For example for a total of 66,13z the slownie will be printed as ‘szedziesit sze przecinek jeden trzy’
This is available with Polish invoices only.

Correct title for Polish invoices with VAT

Invoiceplace now displays the required invoice title for Polish invoices. If you create an invoice for a sale in PLN with tax the title will display as Faktura VAT. If there is no VAT payable the title will be Faktura Marza.

The appropriate title will display for invoices created in Polish zloty (the currency listed as ‘PLN – Zlotych (Poland)’).

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Invoiceplace listed in the Australian SMART 100 index!

Invoiceplace has been named as one of Australia’s top 100 innovative products in the 2010 Anthill magazine ‘SMART 100′ Index.

The Index was created by leading business media channel Anthill Magazine in 2008 to identify and rank Australia’s 100 most innovative products, proving to be one of the largest surveys of its kind in Australia.

“In true Anthillian style, the SMART 100 is an ever-evolving, ever-improving experiment,” said Anthill founder and Editor-In-Chief James Tuckerman.
“It identifies and ranks new Australian innovations by applying a combination of crowdsourcing, collaboration and common-sense. We employ the judgement of ‘mavens’ and readers.

What is Anthill Magazine?

Anthill was initially launched as a print magazine, in September 2003, by its current editor-in-chief James Tuckerman, who at the age of 26 quit his day job, departing a promising career in corporate PR, to pursue his own entrepreneurial journey.

Since then, it has evolved into one of Australia’s leading online communities for Australian business owners, ranked among the Top 50 Business & Finance websites in Australia by Nielsen Online Ratings. It is dedicated to innovation, entrepreneurship and the commercial development of Australian ideas. It is recognised for its edgy, often irreverent approach to business news, awards and events.