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What invoicing system do you use?

Discussion in 'General Business Forum:' started by andybdesign, Feb 28, 2013.

  1. andybdesign

    andybdesign Active Member

    Hi guys,

    I'm curious what system you use to send invoices to your clients?

    Do you like it? Is it expensive? Does it need more features? Is it ugly?

    I'm working with these guys (www.salestastic.com) at the moment and just wondering what the competition is like.

    Thanks,

    Andy
     
  2. Corrosive

    Corrosive Moderator Staff Member

    We use FreeAgent, which would take some beating to be honest. It does pretty much everything you'd want.
     
  3. andybdesign

    andybdesign Active Member

    Yes. I've taken a look at FreeAgent. It's more expensive but also has more features like linking with your bank account.

    Do you think it's expensive?
     
  4. Edge

    Edge Active Member

    Plus one for FreeAgent - I think we're paying £26 a month or so for it. Wouldn't be without it.
     
  5. Corrosive

    Corrosive Moderator Staff Member

    It's not about 'expensive' as such. I work on a 'value for money' principal and FreeAgent saves me valuable time that I used to spend mucking about with spreadsheets and trying to stay on top of invoices and especially recurring payments (such as hosting and domains). I do about 15 minutes on FreeAgent every day and then I am free to earn money. It is so intuitive to use that it ticks all the right boxes for our business. Plus you can take away the cost of needing an accountant and FreeAgent more than pays for itself.

    I'll take a better look at Salestastic when I get a chance but it would take a lot to move us away from using or recommending FreeAgent right now.
     
  6. Dave L

    Dave L Well-Known Member

    I do it all myself and it's a piece of cake; I think I'd have to be a lot busier than I am to consider paying for a service.
     

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