BillingOrchard Launches New User Interface

January 23, 2013

Online invoicing software provider improves site functionality and enhances user experience

ATLANTA, GA (PRWEB) January 23, 2013

BillingOrchard, the leading online invoicing software for small to medium-sized businesses, today announced the launch of its new system.

The simplified navigation and fresh design combine invoicing and billing functions to automate account receivables and, most importantly, help the small to medium business owner get paid quicker.

“We took changing the BillingOrchard interface very seriously,” says Jason Swenk, Chief Innovation Officer. “We didn´t want to create a new billing system, we wanted to make a better system. The new interface is a result of this approach.”

Reducing the number of web pages from 49 to 15, the new interface supports multiple functions within one screen, greatly improving navigation and the time it takes to send invoices. New product features include time tracking, custom reporting, Quickbooks integration and a secure client portal.

“The system is faster and easier to use than ever before,” says Swenk. “We took all of our learnings over ten years and applied our best thinking to make BillingOrchard the leading online billing system for our clients.”

For more information on how you can simplify recurring billing, visit http://www.billingorchard.com.

About BillingOrchard:

It has never been easier to manage your billing than with BillingOrchard, the leading SaaS of automated online billing for the small to medium-sized enterprise.

Create recurring invoices and charges for credit card and eChecks, set custom invoicing schedules, control system notifications for past due invoices, auto-calculate time-based fees, integrate with Quickbooks, convert digital estimates into invoices and much more.

Learn how BillingOrchard helps you get paid quicker and easier than ever before and register for a free trial at http://www.billingorchard.com.

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