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Revolut adds invoices for business accounts

Revolut Business has just added another great feature to its account. Invoices were one of the most requested features from customers.

This feature is also the second one added during this month to the Revolut Business app.

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Last week, the launch of FX Forward contracts was announced, allowing clients to set future exchange rates online, 24/7.

Revolut Business customers are now enabled to send professional Invoices simply from their Revolut Business accounts.

How to use this feature:

  1. Go to the ‘Marketplace’ section in the Revolut Business app and select ‘Invoices’
  2. Click on ‘New Invoice’ and fill out the information and press ‘Send’
  3. The customer receives an invoice and can make payment via the hosted payment page

Thibaut Genevrier, head of product at Revolut business acquiring says: “We chose to add Invoices after hearing numerous requests from customers that this tool would save them time, cut back on administrative tasks and make their lives a whole lot easier. So we have done just that.”

“We want our customers to get more from their business accounts, and with Invoices, customers can now handle all their finances from one place, from invoicing customers, to accepting payments, reconciling, and managing everything seamlessly,” he added.

Invoices can now also be personalised for customers with a message in the email to provide a branded experience.

Customers who receive this email are able to easily download a PDF for their records.

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