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Wave Launches Invoice by Wave App

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Small business financial tool provider Wave launched the mobile Invoice by Wave app, the latest of their WaveApps.com tools, for iOS with Android version to follow.

The app features one-tap activation of credit card processing, instant integration with Wave’s accounting tools, and a simplified process for getting paid for small businesses. It is designed for Wave’s customers, who are currently sending $5 billion a year in invoices, to display quick snapshots of information, notify business owners when invoices are viewed, paid, or become overdue, and provide insights on income expenses, invoices coming overdue and average days to payment.

The Invoice by Wave app integrates with Wave’s free accounting software, with records updated instantly across web and mobile platforms.

“The most important thing for small business owners is to get paid. And the scarcest resource for them is time,” stated Wave CEO Kirk Simpson. “Wave gets money into their pockets faster by making it easy to invoice, and even start accepting credit card payments in under a minute. And the complete integration of all our free software eliminates hours of administrative work each month.”

More information can be found here, and the app can be downloaded in the App Store.

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