Whilst this invoicing system is suitable for all businesses, Lusion the holding company of SnapBill, has designed an add-on that facilitates the resale of hosting which includes both local and international hosting. So the system is ideal for individuals looking to resell hosting without the hassle of setting up a billing system.
Furthermore the system was developed by a local company for South Africans.
The biggest boon when using SnapBill for basic invoicing is how easy it is to work with the system. The navigation is intuitive and customising your invoices, whilst limited, is effortless. The invoice can be altered to include discounts and the like.
SnapBill has all sorts of handy add-ons like a bulk mailing system, a breakdown of paid and unpaid invoices, statements, nifty statistics and a mechanism to automatically send out invoices on a specific day.
SnapBill offers a variety of payment methods (EFT, credit card, PayPal through FNB and Netcash debit orders) making this a no-brainer for individuals wanting to resell hosting packages without the burden of having to enable payment options.
SnapBill has a free service which allows you to register 50 clients and send out a maximum of 25 invoices a month.
The paid-for service comes in two flavours: Premium 50 and Premium 500. The Premium 50 allows you to register 50 clients and costs R50 a month. The Premium 500 allows for 500 registered clients and costs R350 per month.
Businesses who have more than 500 clients can contact SnapBill directly for a custom package.
Ease of use and a well designed site make using SnapBill a pleasure. Finding your way around this system is trouble-free and it provides just enough functionality that it covers all your basic invoicing needs whilst remaining uncomplicated.