“Freelancers need different ways for their clients to pay them, whether it is PayPal, credit card, Venmo, or other similar options. Due.com provides an easy to use invoicing system and a timekeeping ability allowing freelancers to separate projects, and invoice clients individually through many different means.”
Due.com online invoicing and billing software offers easy-to-use tools for creating invoices and basic project tracking. Due.com is trying to make both invoicing and receiving money seamless. Due.com integrates with PayPal and Basecamp and invoices in multiple currencies. It is currently only available online with an iPhone app in the works. However, for those of you who are Android users, there has been no mention of an Android app. I think that once they get the mobile versions running they will attract more users because for me, having things at the touch of my hands is very helpful.
Due.com has a freemium model and a premium model (which involves prices that I will talk about later). The basic freemium model, as well as the paid version, includes widgets called The Dashboard Tab, The Invoice Tab, The Client Tab as well as The Projects Tab. Each of these tabs have helpful tools in them that could help run your busy entrepreneurship life easy.
The Dashboard Tab includes a calendar and list of reports. It is something like a homepage where from here you are able to click to other pages and gives you a quick look at everything you’re working with at once.
The Invoice Tab gives a person a quick look at how many invoices are pending, paid, and the ID numbers all listed out neatly in a chart at the bottom of the page. They are also able to easily click to Recurring Invoices to make sure everything is set correctly. From here a person is also able to create a new invoices.
The Client Tab is a pretty straightforward feature that makes it easy to create an address book of your clients so that you can navigate to his/her contact information and find him/her easily when creating and invoice or a project. You may also notice that there is one Project associated with this client. From here you can also go straight to The Projects Tab if wanted.
The Projects Tab has two different parts to it: Projects and Tasks. Here a person is able to create a project and then add tasks to that project. They have the ability to add a budget, client name, due date, and can make edits and changes at any time.
To unlock the other tabs you have to pay a monthly fee anywhere from $10/ month, $25/ month, or $100/ month. Looking into the paid version is something that a larger businesses would benefit because it opens up features like PayPal integration, Invoice Export Options, a Timeline of your Activity, and allows them to add other Staff members to your projects and activity. For smaller businesses or freelance work, the free version is more than enough. Each paid version offers unlimited project, clients, tasks and invoices. The free version is enough to try some of the main features, but it only supports five clients and two invoices. Also, you cannot send quotes, run reports, create recurring invoices or use PayPal.
I have not tried this site myself, but after looking into it and reading lots of reviews, I would recommend looking into getting involved with due.com. I read many positive comments from people who use it already, and I myself find this site to be very useful. Definitely something a person who is an entrepreneur and just starting or even a big company that has been around for a while. Whether you’re cutting grass or running a big business, Due.com could be very helpful for you.
“It’s so easy to use and straightforward that it actually does make things easier, which so many tool that try to do-it-all simply just can’t master. It’s intuitive, the navigation makes sense, and it automatically tracks everything for you so you know when something is completed and what’s coming up on your calendar.” Read More