Yesterday, InvoiceASAP announced the much-anticipated new release of its acclaimed mobile invoicing and payments platform. This is the first launch of a mobile invoicing & payments platform that can synchronize with QuickBooks and QuickBooks Online as well as accept credit card payments by digital camera scan.
The new platform, available for Apple iOS devices now and Android later this month, builds on invoiceASAP’s robust cloud-based invoice engine which provides small and medium-sized businesses with the ability to quickly and easily create and send invoices, estimates and accept payments on the go. Users also have the ability to attach photos to the estimate or invoice and store it all in the cloud.
The enhancements promise to create huge efficiencies for the nearly 5 million businesses using QuickBooks, while helping them get paid faster and with fewer headaches.
“Finally there is an easy way to create mobile invoices, get paid and sync with QuickBooks for accounting,” said Paul Hoeper, Founder and CEO of invoiceASAP. “We provide our customers with a solution that easily works out of the box with QuickBooks for accounting, saving time and driving tremendous increases in productivity.”
The new release leverages Card.io’s cutting-edge mobile payment technology that allows businesses to scan and process credit cards using only the camera on their mobile device – without a credit card reader. Users also can accept web and mobile payments via PayPal. invoiceASAP’s proprietary QuickBooks connector is the only connector compatible with QuickBooks going back to 2004. Future releases will connect to other accounting platforms.
InvoiceASAP is available free of charge in iTunes. Premium services, including the ability to customize an invoice, connect to QuickBooks and accept payment are available for a low subscription fee of $5 to $10 per month. A 30-day free trial of premium services, including the QuickBooks connector is available at invoiceASAP.com.