Electronic invoices provide an important means of reducing the costs of processing, sending, distributing and maintaining invoices, resulting in a simplification of administrative procedures and a considerable reduction in the amount of time and space consumed, as the invoices are transmitted through telematic means, accomplished by applying technical certification mechanisms (electronic signatures), which guarantee the basic elements required in any invoice (the authenticity of its origin and integrity of its content) and allow them to be maintained in digital format, which affords immediate access to them at any given moment.
So here are some general guidelines, best practices and examples that will help you make sure your invoices are up to specification. Their Details and Yours _ must be complete This is basic stuff, but you can't afford to forget it. In addition to the client's address, make sure to include the name of the client's contact person who handles your account! A company with three employees can figure out what you're doing; but in big companies, invoices get misplaced, especially if there's confusion over who belongs to which project. You'll also need your company name, your name, address, telephone number and email address. If they have any questions about the charges, contacting you should be as easy as possible.
Your office space will be freed from those mountains of paper: scan all the forms and documents, and save them as files in your online invoicing software. No more overflowing cabinets and stuffed drawers: you are giving yourself a bigger office as a reward for being smart and using a web_based invoice tracking system! Whenever you need a particular document, you will know where it is and that it can be retrieved easily. Online invoicing is simply more convenient for all involved in the process: since everything is in one place _ online _ all you have to do is attach the invoice to the email that you send to your customer. It's as simple as point and click!