I am certainly no professional when it comes to doing business but this didn’t stop me from pursuing my passion which is rare records.
For me it was clear from early on that I wanted a small store where I can attend my passion, share my tips and advice with other like-minded music and vinyl enthusiasts.
But little did I know that owning a business sure isn’t always easy. At times I’m very busy with rather tedious & time-consuming chores meaning I hardly can find the time to dedicate to those things I really like to do.
While I was hyped that my small business quickly got rather successful due to worth of mouth, the more customers I got the more difficult it got for me to keep track with all the organizing, mailing of records and so forth.
But this was when Gerry told me about electronic invoicing. It may not sound like much but this was probably the best change for my business and it sped up things considerably!
One other nice side-effect from electronic invoicing is that my bills are now paid a lot quicker than before. So let me explain to you in a few words with electronic invoicing is why you should look into it when you own a business.
Electronic invoicing basically means that your invoice will be converted into a digital format. Rather than using postal mail to send them to your clients you will email them. This alone will save you considerable time. On the other hand, whoever receives your electronic invoice can process them the instant they get them. To help you with this process you send the electronic invoice to a electronic invoice service provider that will do all the work for you.
The best thing about it is that you won’t have to buy any equipment or change anything in your business. The difference is merely that you email your invoices rather than sending them by postal mail.
So if you ask me, you should definitely give electronic invoicing a try!