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Easy invoicing for small businesses

Sunday, April 29th, 2012 by Servage

You’re probably busy being a a web developer, so worrying about administration really isn’t something you want to waste time on. Paperwork, invoicing, archiving, reporting and all that other stuff just isn’t fun like developing and creating products for customers.

There are tons of tools out there to make life easier for small businesses, and online invoicing isn’t a new thing. However, sometimes new apps simply reinvent the wheel just a little better than previously.

Invoicebus is a web app for invoicing, making it easier for you and your customers to handle your invoicing workflow. They describe the following features:

Look and feel like a paper sheet
The intuitive editor of Invoicebus is all-in-one tool specifically designed for creating fast and easy invoices on “What You See Is What You Get” basis. With look and feel like a plain paper sheet, it makes the invoicing natural and fun.

Simplified Invoicing
Invoicebus has no management pages, no pop-ups, no back and forth navigation, no page reloads. Just one menu, one click, one page. Besides, you don’t need to read any help or search Google to operate it. It’s so simple,
you can’t make anything wrong.

Manage Clients, Items and Taxes on-fly
Invoicebus helps you add, edit or delete clients, items or taxes on-fly, directly from the invoice editor itself. You can even re-use them on future invoices as many times you like. Just start typing and you’ll be done before you start.

… and more. Check it out, it might help you focus more on development.

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