The program, which is available now for iPhone, iPad, Android and Blackberry, has the ability to integrate with other invoicing and accounting software to let business managers deliver mobile invoices, receipts, and sales orders. It also acts as a document storage device.
Fresh off the heels of their appearance in the Tech Crunch Disrupt Startup Battlefield, invoiceASAP has continued to receive a barrage of attention. PC Magazine and Yahoo News announced its beta release yesterday, stating that “invoiceASAP is the kind of app that might appeal to freelancers and small businesses.” And New Orleans City Business writer Jennifer Larino published an interview with founder Paul Hoeper.
Stay tuned for an in-depth story coming soon by our very own Wendy Overton.