Maybe you never met a client who refused to pay. Maybe you never will have the trouble of collecting your hard earned money. But for the rest of us who’ve tried but failed and never got a chance to express their gripes there is a new place just for that:
About: BillGrid provides intuitive estimate, invoice and time management services. Our service provides a complete workflow for project activity, helping with managing client’s expectations. BillGrid’s automatic reminders and convenient online invoice payment integrations provide the necessary tools to never have to post on WorldsLongestInvoice.
We are excited to share the news that we’ve been featured on www.killerstartups.com
An application that is mainly aimed at freelancers and people who tend to work independently, BillGrid makes for keeping a precise account of one’s expenses right on the browser, and also for having clients invoiced straightaway. As far as having expenses tracked goes, BillGrid enables users to create full reports in which expenses can be assigned to clients in just one click, and grouped under the relevant tag (or tags). And when it comes to putting invoices together, these can be created directly from the expenses that are inputted and sent over via email. Clients can then proceed to have them downloaded as PDF files, and print them for further convenience.
Automatic email reminders are sent to clients, so that they don’t forget about paying these invoices you have sent them, and integration with payment gateways such as PayPal make for collecting what is owed really fast.
And those of you who go for the professional version of the service (which costs $9.99 per month) will be able to brand these invoices you’re sending, and emblazon them with your company’s shiny logo.
An application that does something comparable (but only that for personal users) is Grndctrl. Self-defined as “a dashboard for your wallet”, that’s the one web tool you should use to get your day-to-day expenses in order.
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While searching through Wikipedia
on what can be considered a “green” we found no clear answer. We found no clear standard for “green technology”, but only some thoughts and opinions on what can be. Whilst that may be true, best way to picture “green” to envision a state of mind where using sustainable resources and conserving energy are priorities and reducing waste and sharing the same motivation is equally important.
A GREEN movement is to weigh the steps and determine the route of lowest impact. Each GREEN business and every GREEN person introduces their own unique changes to make things GREENER. Being GREEN is a choice.
Online Billing Invoices save the World?
Consider a regular invoice workflow where a company will generate dozens of printed invoices and use postal services to mail an invoice and receive payment. Online invoice services generate no such payper waste and require no transportation outside of a simple point and click. Think of the trees that no longer need to processed into paper and exhaust fumes that no longer need to be produced by the postal trucks.
Someone will surely question if running an online billing service is really a waste-free enterprise. Running computers still requires power and unless this power is taken from solar or wind power source it still bears an impact on the environment. However there is still a choice left. If power can not be all generated from renuable materials – commitments can still be made to preserve the environment to recoupe any negative impact.
BillGrid.com “Green Company” Promise
we to provide an easy, robust and secure plarform to manage customer billing, invoices and expenses. Everewhere where possible – we use sustainable power energy sources to reduce our footprint and encourage everyone to do the same. We uphold our commitment to sustain all negative impacts our company produces by supporting NYRP