Bill.com automates your accounts receivable process so you can get paid faster. Once you've entered the invoice information for your customer, Bill.com will send out an electronic invoice to the recipient through email. The e-invoice includes any additional contracts, paperwork, and documentation you have attached via Bill.com to ensure your customers have all the information at their fingertips.
If your customer prefers you send invoices by mail, Bill.com will mail those for you as well with all your supporting documentation included.
Learn more about customer invoices and the Bill.com Account Receivable product.
One of the best features about Bill.com is the seamless integration with leading accounting software: QuickBooks, QuickBooks Online, Xero, and Intacct. Bill.com syncs with your accounting software, and changes will made in either Bill.com or your accounting software will automatically be reflected in the other system. This saves time by avoiding double entry and eliminates potential entry errors associated with managing dual systems.
If you have recurring transactions, you can set up Bill.com to invoice customers automatically on a preset schedule. You can set up the recurring invoice once and forget it.
Better yet, you can set your customers for recurring direct debit from their bank account as well. This ensures you get paid on time, every time. Transactions are done through ACH, which means you will be paid much faster than standard paper-based checks you receive in the mail.
When you create invoices through Bill.com, you can set up automatic reminders and overdue notices that will send out to your customers when an invoice is approaching its due date or overdue. No more micromanaging each invoice to ensure it's been paid. Bill.com will show you which invoice has been paid at a glance, and send out the appropriate reminders on their scheduled date on your behalf.
Bill.com lets you get paid through whatever method is most convenient for your customers: domestic ACH, international wires in USD or local currency, virtual card, or check. Any way they choose, the payment goes directly into your bank account, eliminating any need to run to the bank to deposit checks.
Customers pay invoices in a secure payment gateway, branded with your logo. They can access historical invoices and documentation, with a messaging tool built within the customer portal so client and vendors can exchange notes.