The freelancing and SME industry is about to witness a significant transformation in managing their business transactions with the launch of Invoicemonk, a fast-growing invoicing and bookkeeping app. Invoicemonk was created to address the challenges faced by freelancers and small businesses in sending invoices and estimates, managing business expenses, receiving payments, bookkeeping, and customer management. It is also beneficial for individuals and companies that do not have extensive accounting and financial structures to produce or manage invoices and estimates sent to their clients. The lack of these accounting structures and knowledge causes irregularities during financial auditing and failures to keep track of sales in business, leading to irretrievable and untraceable losses.
According to the Founder and CEO, Olayinka Olayokun, Invoicemonk is the future for freelancers and SMEs who do not have accounting knowledge or large budgets to hire big finance departments to take care of their invoicing and bookkeeping needs. Therefore, Invoicemonk is a free online invoicing and accounting service that helps freelancers and small businesses produce invoices in real time. The goal is to help individuals and SMEs manage their freelance and small business accounting records by sending fast and free invoices and estimates online. Invoicemonk will provide professional services without necessarily investing in accounting services.
Joan Omionawele, the Co-founder and Product Manager, explained that invoicing is for easy tracking of business engagements, and Invoicemonk is working to have its app embedded in every individual and business’s daily life, revolutionizing the idea around invoicing. Invoicemonk is easy to use, and the team has created a series of video guides to help anyone easily get started.
To access Invoicemonk, simply visit the Invoicemonk website at invoicemonk.com and click the “get started” button to register. Verify that you are not a robot, fill in the necessary information, and you are good to go. For questions and inquiries, reach out to Invoicemonk via its social media platforms @invoicemonk on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.