Client invoices overdue again?

Bring your online accounting software direct to your calendar.

Increase the visibility of your bills and invoices without breaking your normal workflow.

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“I’m too busy running my business to chase invoices”

Hi! I'm Rikki Pitt, a web developer that uses online accounting software to manage my company.

Like a lot of small business owners, I find it hard to keep track of my outstanding invoices and the bills I need to pay. Juggling day to day work with cash flow management became frustrating.

I hatched a plan to automatically bring those invoices and bills to my workflow — straight to my calendar.

InView was born and quickly became the winner of the 2018 Xero XDHax Developer Challenge for the Best AppEMEA.

Following that success, InView now integrates with the following platforms.

Calendar feeds for your online accounting software

Whether you use a calendar from Apple, Google or Microsoft, you will get a visual insight into which invoices or bills need to be actioned.

No apps to download. No breaking from your usual workflow. Just use your normal computer and mobile calendars.

InView has a simple click and forget integration. Set up takes minutes. Automatically synchronise your invoices and bills by due date and status to your calendars.

Tired of manually setting reminders?

See which invoices are overdue and which have already been settled. Keep track of when you are due to get paid without manually creating reminders. Manage your cashflow by seeing which of your bills are due for you to pay.

Features

  • Quick and easy setup
  • Synchronise your invoice and bill due dates to your calendars
  • Get alerts of invoices due today
  • Deep links back to your accounting software straight from your calendar
  • Easy to read status icons to track at a glance 🕘❗️✅
  • Daily digest to your Slack channels

Who is it for?

  • Businesses
  • Freelancers
  • Accountants
  • Advisors
  • Bookkeepers

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