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Here are 3 critical billing terms you should know

Here are 3 critical billing terms you should know

Managing the billing operation for any business means you’ve encountered your fair share of definitions. It’s helpful to know as many as possible, but there are a few key terms that you’ve got to understand in order to function.

We really can’t overstate this point: a huge part of doing business (and keeping afloat) is getting paid. No matter what you are selling, you must have a clear and effective way to collect payments from customers. If you’re offering goods and/or services on credit (as opposed to paying up front in full), the payment collection process is even more important.

3 reasons to fix broken invoicing processes before automation

3 reasons to fix broken invoicing processes before automation

If your business is struggling to manage a lot of back-end processes, it might seem like automation is the answer you need. Just automate all those manual processes to speed things up, and you’re done. Right?

Not so fast. Automating a faulty process by taking out manual human intervention can be a recipe for disaster. Consider an automobile plant with a standard assembly line. Sending parts through the line more quickly without a way to assemble the cars faster will only result in a pile of metal.

Why is Bitcoin failing in the payments space?

Why is Bitcoin failing in the payments space?

As of September 9, 2018, Bitcoin was worth roughly $6,240 USD - and that’s not even it’s highest historical value. In December of 2017, Bitcoin was trading at a value of $19,783 (!). Clearly, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are taking off in the investment arena.

With such a high value, it’s somewhat surprising that we haven’t seen higher adoption in the payments industry. Here at Invoiced, we supported Bitcoin transactions for several years. During that time, only a small handful of our customers used it to make payments.

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