Speed up payments with digital invoicing to help drive a sleek and convenient payment experience. It can save you—and your customers—time and money.
According to recent research, 41% of U.S. small businesses report invoicing as their largest cash flow problem.1 Maintaining a healthy cash flow is crucial for sustainable growth and long-term success. Two key factors impacting cash flow are how quickly you receive customer payments and how much time you spend collecting them.
Cybersource Invoicing is a no-code tool that offers a more efficient way to get paid with digital invoices, so you spend less time on paperwork and more time on growing your business.
Better for you, better for your customers
Today, more than 50,000 merchants2 have Cybersource Invoicing to create and send custom invoices. Here are five ways that it can help you get paid faster:
1. Create clear and detailed invoices
Create clear and detailed invoices right out of the box and send them in just a few clicks. Your customers will receive a personalized email with your business name, encouraging them to initiate payments promptly.
2. Offer flexible payment options
Offer flexible payment options so customers can pay however and whenever they want through any connected device. Invoicing supports cards, digital wallets, and other methods that reduce checkout friction.
3. Prevent fraud
Prevent fraud with access to built-in tools for safer transactions, minimizing the risk of returns and chargebacks.
4. Reduce operational costs
Reduce operational costs with automated reminders that help avoid payment delays and easy tracking and reporting for reconciliation. Spend less time following up with customers and more time focusing on your business.
5. Build trust
Build trust with customized invoices that reflect your brand. Professional looking invoices can help assure customers that their data and payments will be safe and secure, ultimately speeding up the payment process.
Want to integrate invoicing with your existing systems? We have a rich set of APIs that you can use for deeper integrations. Check out our developer guide to see how you can use them.