Software Billing Systems

Written by Kimberly Clark
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No business can successfully operate without being able to collect payment for its products or services. For this reason, just about every industry in the world has a software billing system specifically geared toward tracking their accounts receivable and generating invoices. Commercially concentric software billing systems are extremely attractive because they already include all the applicable trade terminology, forms and regulations. Thus, they can generally be used right out of the box or at least with minimum customization efforts.

And for those select few industries that do not have specialized software billing systems, there are a host of general financial software packages that can be customized to meet most of the company's accounting needs. Some popular software billing systems are SAP and Quicken. In addition to generating invoices, these systems provide a central location to store customer information, employee time records and other financial documents.

Because billing software is run on each user's computer, data can easily be transferred from one desktop to another. Electronically transmitting and storing data lowers labor costs. And by limiting the number of times data is manually entered, the likelihood of producing inaccuracies due to human error is also diminished.

Benefits of Software Billing Systems

The reduced risk of misplacing invoices is another benefit to installing billing software. In addition, there is a real possibility that its use will eventually eliminate the endless paper trail associated with tracking accounts receivable information. A company can also save time by utilizing automatic invoicing, which can be set up on a reoccurring basis.


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