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.
Imagine the ability to send and receive funds in a matter of seconds. What would that kind of speed do for your business? Automatic reconciliation, closing the books every day, and providing reassurance to a vendor through an instant payment (or vice versa) all come to mind. Instant payments and their accompanying benefits may seem far off, but they have already become a reality. A new payments.
What does the invoicing workflow look like at your company? If you’re like many businesses, you probably have a finance team that sends out invoices to customers. You may even have enough revenue to manage accounts payable and accounts receivable separately. The story probably goes something like this: your sales team is always working their pipeline. When they close a new deal, they hand off the.