Absolutely, your customers can pay online using a credit card. Avaza currently supports PayPal, Payoneer and Stripe, three of the most well known and trusted payment gateways.
Invoice for time, expenses or fixed amounts easily with Avaza. You can easily add some or all of your unbilled time, expenses or fixed amounts to a client invoice.
Accepting partial online payments is simpler than you think. Your customer has the option to enter an amount less than the invoice amount while making online payment. Once the amount is successfully processed, it’s applied to the invoice and the status of the invoice is updated to “Partially Paid”.
While creating an invoice, you can enter a Number consisting of any numerical or alphanumerical value.
We recommend the following approach to advance payments if your customer requires an advance payment invoice.
One possible approach is to add the surcharge amount (let’s say 3% of the invoice) as a separate line item on the invoice. We have prepared the following invoice as an example.
You can sync invoices with Xero using the Basic Integration with Zapier or our Advanced 2-way Integration. For more information on setting up advanced integrations, please refer to this blog post.
You can sync invoices with Quickbooks Online using the Basic Integration with Zapier or our Advanced 2-way Integration. For more information on setting up advanced integrations in Avaza, please refer to this blog post.
Managing inventory is simple with Avaza. Invoice your customers with ease based on your price list!
Have customers pay you faster by enabling online payments using PayPal as a payment option. PayPal lets your customers pay you securely in just a few clicks and is available for more than 26 currencies worldwide.