What do you use too keep track of all your invoices?
I created Slimvoice to scratch my own itch. You can accept payments too.
Nice job on Slimvoice, just started using it :D
I switched to Wave Accounting this year, and it's been pretty useful for organizing invoices, among other things.
+1 for Wave! We absolutely love it.
I'm using Freshbooks.
We used Fastbill - now we're developing our own software...
I am working for Debitoor, online invoicing software for small companies and freelancers: https://debitoor.com Big advantage: You can use our mobile apps for iPhone and Android and do your accounting whenever you have time to kill - on train, at bus stop or airport ;-)
https://topnotepad.com/ is the best application i have used.. User friendly at a cheaper cost. Very efficient and simple to use.
Zoho invoices. At least at the time I looked it was one of the few that supported multiple currencies / languages/ tax rates
I'm still rocking Invoice Machine (http://invoicemachine.com). It hasn't seen an update in years, but I still like it.
We, at Dezine Zync, created Esfresco to solve two simple problems: our finanical data stays on our devices and, easily customizable invoices.
It also boasts reminders for when invoices are due, tracking payments and some other nitfy features.
I've used Freshbooks for the past 7 years and absolutely love it.
- Ton of 3rd party integrations.
- Rock solid and stable -- in the past 7 years I've never not been able to access my account.
- Amazing support, only had to contact them 2-3 times but always gotten a competent human on the phone each time.
- I have all my expenses imported automatically from my business credit card, so I never have to worry about saving receipts.
- Stripe integration makes monthly recurring billing a breeze.
- Late payment emails with automatic late fees make sure I get paid on time.
- Design isn't very slick, but it's so simple to use that I actually don't care.
- Great companion iPhone app.
- Great time tracking capabilities using http://chronomateapp.com/
We use Quickbooks Online at Riddle. But only really useable if you are located in the US.
There are many decent pieces of software out there, however, in my opinion, none of the conveniences they provide are worth the cost: damn ugly design.
We use InDesign and existing templates to create all invoices and store PDF copies in the project folder. We keep track of finances using Numbers.
Most of this could be managed in some accounting software they do not allow for custom invoice design and have clunky interfaces.
Here is the Invoice design we are going to start using with our upcoming site refresh: https://goo.gl/ud7ZW0
I use Invoicable. It's free and easy to use :)
I've been using Invoiceplane as of late running locally on my machine. It's open source, free and pretty nice. Simple but gets the job done. Previously I used Solo which was great but always felt too slow to me. They recently updated to v3 and said speed was one of their priorities but I haven't checked it out since.
At work I use Harvest which is fantastic for time tracking, but I haven't used any of the invoicing features. I've heard good things, but the price is a bit steep for my moonlighting.
I used Harvest for a couple of freelancing projects. It's quite good for time tracking and invoice.