If there’s one thing all small business owners and entrepreneurs can agree on, it’s that time is important and being crafty to achieve efficiency is critical. With so many moving parts, it can be difficult to get everything needed done in one day. Limited resources also create a need to choose solutions that serve more than one purpose.
When it comes to getting paid for what you provide, nothing is more critical than the type of billing and invoicing software you use.
Modern businesses are online. They meeting customers on the channels they prefer and they’re creating a presence on social platforms. It only makes sense then, that they will bill customers online too. If you’re a small business in 2020, you need cloud-based billing.
Here are 3 reasons why.
Get Paid On Time
Time is money and getting paid is a critical part of being able to pay your own overhead, employees, bills and other expenses. Not only is paper billing time consuming it’s also hard to keep track of and delays the time you’ll get paid. With automated, online billing you’re more likely to get your customers to pay you on time and quickly.
There are so many ways the cloud can save businesses money. Much of the costs saved through automation are translated into funds you can keep and use elsewhere. Employees won’t need to spend time working on invoices manually for example, and no need for additional IT staff to manage and update the solutions in-house also means cost savings.
Security is on the minds of everyone today. If you want to protect your business data, it is far more secure to have that data in the cloud offsite than in-house stored on a local server. This can stop hackers and phishing scams from leading to bigger threats or breaches. If you want to remain reputable, put your customer’s data privacy first.
Subscription DNA provides a robust billing platform that cloud-based and makes invoicing, billing and receiving payments from your customers easy and hassle-free. Our packages start at $99 per month and are perfect for start-ups, small businesses, and growing businesses.