Learn more about online invoicing
Online invoicing in TimeLog is efficient and manageable and makes your processes easier.
With TimeLog, a large part of invoicing can be automated by means of a number of settings and rules: add predefined payment conditions, invoice designs, fixed rebates, internal references and VAT calculations to customers or projects.
These predefined settings are not fixed and may be adjusted at invoice level. However, partial automation of project invoicing eliminates a range of mistakes and facilitates the process, thus allowing the accounting department to focus on quality assurance and reconciliation instead of paperwork.
It is also possible to do internal invoicing in TimeLog, if you need to invoice between your different departments.
Edit invoice lines and header
No two companies are alike – especially when it comes to invoicing. As a result, flexibility is a must.
TimeLog allows you to edit single invoice lines, rearrange them using drag and drop, insert totals, subtotals and headlines and group invoice lines according to project, consultant or anything you like. Furthermore, products and additional services can be added to handle those last-minute invoice changes.
Similarly, general information on invoices is editable. Layout and invoicing specifications are customisable in System Administration. Multiple invoice designs are possible, e.g. in different languages or for various company departments.
In TimeLog you can:
- Edit each invoice line
- Move them via drag'n'drop
- Insert totals, subtotals and headlines
- Group invoice lines per project, consultant or something else
Furthermore, products and additional services can be added to handle those last-minute invoice changes. Similarly, general information on invoices is editable. Multiple invoice designs are possible, e.g. in different languages or for various company departments.
Invoice customers in their own currency
TimeLog off course supports foreign currencies, allowing you to invoice your customers using their local currencies. Current exchange rates are automatically retrieved from The Central Bank of Denmark, and all amounts are converted into a reference currency for easy comparison. Internal exchange rates are usable as well.
Read more about the invoicing process here.