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Project Invoicing, Simplified

Project invoicing processes can be streamlined for organizations utilizing TrackerSuite.Net modules.

Professional service organizations are faced with several challenges for presenting timely, accurate project invoices to their clients. These challenges typically include::

  • Consolidating billing information from multiple sources including time sheets, expense reports and purchases.
  • Distinguishing billable from non-billable time and expenditures, such as pre-sales activity versus consulting services.
  • Establishing justification for every item invoiced to the customer, including its purpose and proper authorization.

TrackerSuite.Net simplifies project invoicing with its modular suite of Web based applications for project management, CRM, time and expense reporting, purchasing, check requests and invoicing. The integrated nature of TrackerSuite.Net allows professional service organizations to streamline their project invoicing workflow, improve its accuracy and establish the legitimacy of billable items. TrackerSuite.Net also integrates with QuickBooks Online.

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TrackerSuite.Net Advantages

  • 100% Web based with extremely fast, highly scalable applications.
  • Organizations have the option of utilizing TrackerSuite.Net as SaaS, or licensing TrackerSuite.Net modules for on-premise hosting in which case source code included in licensing.
  • Modular structure allows organizations to select the applications they need to assemble the solution they want.

Simplifying Professional Services with TrackerSuite.Net

TrackerSuite.Net simplifies the workflow of professional services invoicing for projects wih the following features:

Project budget form

Define Project Budgets as well as Billing Types, Rates and Milestones

Task account codes

Assign Billable or Non Billable Account Codes to Tasks

Microsoft Word export

Simplify Invoice Creation