I'm happy to announce the initial release of Web Invoice Pro, available now in the mojoPortal Store.
Web Invoice Pro makes it easy to send invoices by email and let your customers pay the invoice online at your web site running on mojoPortal. It provides support for receiving payments via PayPal, Google Checkout, or Authorize.NET. A great way for freelance web designers and developers or any business to invoice their customers. You can test Web Invoice Pro on demo.mojoportal.com, so you can try it before you buy it, though of course you should only send test invoices to yourself from the demo site and the demo email messagess will have extra text in them to make it clear it came from a demo site.
Features at a Glance
Attach a PDF Invoice generated from your accounting system and/or just type in the invoice information as part of the email message.
Customers can pay the invoice online at your web site using Authorize.NET, PayPal, or Google Checkout.
Customers do not need to be registered on your site to pay the invoice, but if they are then they can see their payment history in the user profile.
Optional email notification when invoices are paid.
Integrated with the mojoPortal Commerce Reports system so you get reporting and charts of your invoice revenue.
Free upgrades to new versions of Web Invoice Pro for the life of the product! That's right, buy it once and any updates are free, we will never make you pay an upgrade fee for new versions of Web Invoice Pro!
Get Web Invoice Pro and get paid!
The initial release supports MS SQL or MySql, but I'm considering adding support for other databases if I get feedback requesting it. I've been using this feature myself for invoicing my customers and it meets my needs pretty well right now but I think there will be lots of possibilities to evolve this feature further, and those who purchase it may help shape its future based on their feedback.
If you need a way to invoice your customers and let them pay online I hope you'll give it a try. The sales of these add on products is what sustains and funds the continuous improvements of the mojoPortal project, so it is a good way to get additional features and to support the project.
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