Main Features of Invoiceberry
New invoices can be created very quickly by Invoiceberry, and sent either through Royal Mail, or by email, in under a minute. Consequently, this saves time by not having to go out and post a letter or use a printer, and also saves on paper costs. When a customer needs to be reminded of paying they can be sent an invoice reminder through Invoiceberry, which can reach the customer in a matter of seconds. This then helps to enable you to receive your payment more quickly.
Video: Demo of Invoiceberry
All data created by Invoiceberry is encrypted via 256-bit AES SSL and is backed up regularly. Because Invoiceberry stores the data for you, you can easily access and manage it from wherever you may be in the world. Since your invoices are also stored online, using Invoiceberry removes the risk of a cluttered desk. This simple online invoicing software also makes them easy to find.
The invoice reminders produced by Invoiceberry have a professional look to them, which reflects well on the business sending out the invoices, and indicates that it is a professional and efficient company. This in itself can be helpful when trying to encourage customers to pay more quickly.
Plans and Pricing
The pro version of Invoiceberry is available to use on a 30-day free trial basis, and thereafter is available for £20 a month. This is ideal for larger companies, offers unlimited invoicing and clients, and is suitable for 10 users.
The solo version of Invoiceberry is priced at £10 a month, and is more suited to small businesses, two users, and 35 clients. This also offers unlimited invoicing. Again, there is the option of using the software on a 30-day free trial basis, before deciding on whether to purchase or not. There is a basic and totally free version of Invoiceberry, which offers unlimited invoicing, and is suitable for one user and three clients.
The Invoiceberry team is somewhat smaller than other online invoicing software teams out there, so it is able to give you very prompt and more personal support on any requests you make. The company is active on Twitter, and shares the latest bits about its software and online accounting tips through its blog.