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We have two great additions to the VanCert software to tell you about.
Here at VanCert we’re always on the lookout for opportunities to improve our user experience and offer our users more useful everyday solutions. One way to do that is by partnering with other companies and we are proud to announce two new exciting integrations to help make your invoicing and payments much easier.
VanCert are very proud to announce an integration with Xero accountancy software. Now there is no need to enter your invoice and payment information twice – once into each system. Simply raise your invoices in VanCert and either synchronise it with Xero there and then, or synchronise multiple invoices at once, by searching within a specific date range.
Not only can you synchronise your invoices, but all of your payments will be synchronised too – whether it was added in VanCert or Xero.
We recommend always adding and updating invoices and payments in VanCert, but if your transactions are automatically pulled into your Xero account from your bank account, don’t worry – you can pull them into your VanCert account too, so you won’t be adding information twice or chasing payments that have already been made.
You will need to have a registered Xero account in order to take advantage of this opportunity, and you can register for a free trial here.
VanCert customers with Apple devices (Android to follow) can now take card payments directly through the VanCert app by registering an account with iZettle. You can get yourself a free card reader just by registering an account. Or, for wireless and contactless payments, there is a Card Reader Pro.
Simply take a payment as you usually would through the invoice page, but select the iZettle button and follow the instructions on-screen. The payment will be added to VanCert and the money will be processed into your account. If no card reader is available, you can still take payments, either manually by entering in card details and signing, or by sending a text to a smart phone.