The most wonderful time of the year is just around the corner. While we are hoping for Santa to be as generous and hardworking as ever, we have taken it upon ourselves to make sure that our customers will benefit from even more advantages this festive season. To be precise: GetMyInvoices is giving you new, high-performance updates for Christmas:
Client Management is now publicly accessible. It enables tax and business consultants to create and manage GetMyInvoices accounts for their clients. GetMyInvoices files all your clients’ documents in central storage and imports them into important accounting solutions. When needed, tax consultants and business consultancies can log into their clients’ accounts and access documents directly.
The essential advantage: Tax consultants and both managed services and shared services providers in incoming invoices workflow gain even more time through faster document transfer. Furthermore, communication between consultants and clients improves.
GetMyInvoices now has an interface with Sage One. Utilizing this, all users of the accounting software can benefit from electronic incoming invoices workflow. Following the simple configuration of the synchronisation settings, all invoices will be automatically imported from GetMyInvoices to Sage One. You can say goodbye to the laborious and time-consuming gathering of separate bills.
Not only will this shorten the time between the receipt of an invoice and its entry into the accounting system. Self-employed freelances and start-ups take another step towards paperless, automated accounting and efficient cashflow management.
Again, GetMyInvoices has added over 100 portals to download invoices from. These are, amongst others:
See the benefits of automated invoice management:
Better overview. Less accounting work. More time for your ideas.
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