Generating Revenue, Invoicing Clients and Customers.
Sales, Sales, Sales. A business needs to make sales to be successful. That means you need to collect money when you sell your products and services. Some systems are online and automatic such as selling through Amazon, Etsy or hundreds of other platforms. You may have a back-end processor attached to your website. Then again you may need to invoice your clients on a weekly, monthly, quarterly or annual basis.
Invoicing clients comes with its own set of challenges and opportunities. Prompt invoicing and sending of statements, helps your cash flow and keeps your doors open. Waiting as little as 6 weeks can severely limit your cash flow especially if your clients pay on Net 30. If they pay on Net 60 or 90 days things can get really hairy in the cash flow department.
You will get . . .
- Timely and accurate invoicing of your clients using email, fax or snail mail.
- Entering client payments.
- Processing client credit card payments.
- Monitoring past due invoices and assessment of finance charges.
- Statements sent to clients monthly.