Our newest monthly summary of InvoiceOcean updates

author Maria Seta, 2016-04-08

Welcome to the monthly summary of new features and improvements available in InvoiceOcean for April 2016. We hope you like them - enjoy the read!

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4 ways that can make your company's payment process faster and more pleasant

author Maria Seta, 2016-03-25

Accepting and processing payments are two things that no business can afford to mishandle. Making sure that actually paying for your products or services is an easy and frictionless experience requires an out-of-the-box approach. Read on to learn about 4 ways that can make your company's payment process faster and more pleasant.

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Turboinvoice - issue invoices with a single click!

author Malgorzata Kozicka, 2015-10-08

Cut down the time spent on invoicing to the absolute minimum. InvoiceOcean's new feature lets you skip most of the invoicing process - no more filling out your customer's contact info, sale details, tax rates and so on. Just leave it to your clients!

 

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FIFO vs LIFO Accounting

author Malgorzata Kozicka, 2015-10-01

We have improved InvoiceOcean's warehouse documentation module by adding support for FIFO and LIFO queueing, including profit margin report generation. Not familiar with FIFO/LIFO? Read on - in this article we'll explain both concepts and give some tips on effective warehouse management.

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Our path from the beginning to where we are now, presented at OpenReaktor#29

author Łukasz Kalinowski (Radgost), 2014-12-04

InvoiceOcean's 8 month development journey presented at Reaktor Incubator, Warsaw. Filip also covers issues the team was facing while marketing an ''uncool'' product.

 

How to Market Uncool Products - Filip Knioła, InvoiceOcean from ReaktorWarsaw.com on Vimeo.

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InvoiceOcean at TechCrunch Disrupt 2014 in London

author Łukasz Kalinowski (Radgost), 2014-10-21

InvoiceOcean is taking part in this year’s TechCrunch Disrupt which is, for the first time, hosted in London between 20th and 21st of October. Several countries, including Lithuania, Czech Republic and South Korea have been assigned with their own pavilions. Polish startups coped with no additional support and were a fairly large part of the Startup Alley. Polish startups that presented at Disrupt Europe 2014 were:

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