Until I review CronSync over a year ago, I wasn’t sold on using an application to track work hours and manage invoicing. I was perfectly content with my pre-formatted invoice document which I’d print to PDF. Since then automating the process has taken off among freelancers, home businesses and even larger studios and companies. A quick search on the Freelance Switch forums will reveal lengthy discussions on the topic.
Ballpark, a similar app with more of a focus on billing, has recently given their service a facelift promising to make things much better. The last time Ballpark was discussed on Web AppStorm was 2009. Apart from the blue colour scheme, the app looks almost unrecognizable as the same app, with its fully redesigned interface that sets it apart from the crowd of competitors.
Their new version that just went live this week offers the user increased functionality, easier navigation and an updated feel for the app. My question is whether or not it’s a viable option for a freelancing business. Let’s take a look.
In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting WORKetc CRM + Projects + Billing. The developer describes WORKetc as more than just another boring old CRM. By combining CRM with projects, billing, documents, timesheets, product catalog and more, WORKetc can give a full 360 degree of your customers. What’s more, when your team has full access to a customer’s activity history they are infinitely more efficient. It’s perfect for technology firms, design studios and any business with 1 to 100 employees.
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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting cronsync. The developer describes cronsync as a web based, transparent, inexpensive and easy to use time tracking solution. It simplifies and professionalizes billing and invoicing processes and shows you at a glance how profitable clients and projects are. It offers a very effective user and rights management for internal and external staff. And it allows flexible settings of internal and external hourly rates on client level.
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Would you like to streamline invoicing and billing in your company? Many invoicing webapps are designed for individuals and freelancers and work best for one-off invoicing. Today we’re going to look at a webapp to help manage billing for larger ventures with regular billing and multiple products and services.
Invoicera is a full featured invoicing webapp that includes a ton of features to help you manage invoicing and billing better. With support for multiple currencies, payment gateways, additional staff, saved products and services and more, you’ll have all the tools you need to invoice your clients and get paid. Let’s dig in and see what it has to offer.
Subscriptions and recurring payments are a low-cost way for you to accept credit card and bank account payments for website subscriptions, newsletter fees, club dues or recurring donations, and thanks to studious payment gateway providers and web 2.0 companies, it’s never been so easy to get such a system fully integrated with your website in just a few easy steps.
Recurring billing apps come in two flavors; simple, ready to go web apps and complex self-hosted apps. We’ve gathered 15 fantastic web apps to tackle your subscription billing needs.
When you’re working in the wonderful world of freelance or do the majority of your business online, it’s safe to say that you’re going to have to send a lot of invoices. However, with the increasing rise in web apps, you can bet that there of plenty invoicing apps to choose one. Only problem is finding the right one that fits all of your needs.
Ronin is a promising contender in this field and the web app offers an array of features to make the lives of yourself and your clients that extra bit easier. Find out more after the fold.
It seems we’re reviewing a new invoicing web app every month and it’s quite amazing to see just how many options that are available. It seems there are nearly as many invoicing web apps as there are task management apps, and there’s a lot of those!
Just recently we’ve reviewed several very promising invoicing web apps, some that even included giveaways.
- Blinksale: A Revamped Butt Kicking Invoice App
- CurdBee: Online Billing Made Easy
- Invoice Bubble: Quick and Simple Invoicing
With as many invoicing web apps as there are, there’s probably just as many desktop apps, and really fantastic ones. Some people and even larger organizations don’t trust cloud computing just yet, and maybe rightfully so. Personally, I couldn’t imagine doing my invoicing anywhere else but in the cloud as I love the benefits it offers far too much.
What about you? Do you prefer handling your invoicing and billing on your desktop system or in the cloud with a web app? I’m interested in hearing why, whichever your preference, so let me know via comment below. Thanks!