The new release of invoiceASAP’s mobile invoicing and payments platform synchronises with QuickBooks and QuickBooks Online and accepts credit card payments made via digital camera scan. Web and mobile payments via PayPal can also be accepted. The card camera scan feature is a Card.io mobile payment solution. (view press release)
The new features are a continuation of invoiceASAP’s cloud based engine which allows small and medium sized businesses to create and send invoices and estimates (to which photos can be attached), and accept payments on the move. The enhanced solution is designed to improve efficiency for the five million or so businesses that use QuickBooks.
“Finally there is an easy way to create mobile invoices, get paid and sync with QuickBooks for accounting,” says invoiceASAP founder and CEO Paul Hoeper.
InvoiceASAP claims its patented QuickBooks connector is the only one compatible with QuickBooks that date back to 2004. The platform is available free of charge in iTunes and premium services are available from $5 a month. The platform is being released for Android later this month.
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