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3 Reasons to Send Digital over Paper Invoices

Updated: Aug 31, 2023

At BCT Accountants, we work with clients who are eager to make their business more efficient. If this is you, then sending digital invoices instead of paper invoices could be the solution you've been searching for! In this blog, we'll discuss three reasons why digital invoices are the way to go. From saving time and money to improving the customer experience, you'll see why digital invoices are the best choice for your business. So let's get started!

Security


Online invoices are more secure than paper invoices, making it difficult for customers to lose or misplace them. Additionally, online invoices are easier to keep track of, as they are organised and sorted in an easily accessible way for your customers and clients. This makes it easier for customers to review and manage their invoices quickly and efficiently.


Speed


Online invoices are faster to create and send, saving you time and resources. In a couple of clicks you can create and send invoices to clients and customers from the comfort of your own office or home. Plus, you can quickly save a digital copy for your records. What's more, you can now use digital tools to automate the process of creating recurring invoices or send reminder emails. It's a win-win!


Ease


Online invoices are a great way to keep your accounts in check, as they allow for efficient tracking of all invoices and payments. Invoices can be easily generated and sent electronically, saving you time and effort so you can spend more time working your magic. You can also view the status of all invoices, from pending to paid, ensuring that your cash flow is properly managed. With online invoices, you can have a better understanding of your finances and have more control over your business operations.

 

If you would like a helping hand with your business finances, get in touch today to book your FREE initial consultation. Give Catherine a call on 01423 431889 or email catherine@bctaccountants.co.uk.


Please note: all stats are accurate for the 2022/23 tax year.

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