No one becomes an architect because they’re excited about the invoicing process, and clients often feel like they need the Rosetta Stone to decipher what they’re looking at.
With that considered, why hasn’t a solution been created to circumvent this notoriously frustrating experience? The wait is over with Monograph’s introduction of the industry’s first invoicing workflow, Monograph Invoices.
Monograph Invoices allows firms to invoice with confidence and agility, enabling team members to get back to work on hitting project deadlines. As users prepare an invoice, they’re able to see all of the timesheet data, milestone progress, and billing history—no need to go chasing in spreadsheets, conversation, or email. Once the project progress is billed for, all of that billing information is outputted in a simple, accurate invoice that customers can understand.
Customers have praised Invoices—including Heather Fleury from Centreline Architecture:
“Using Monograph for invoicing has saved our company a lot of time, for everyone involved in invoicing projects. Within the invoicing section, the project manager can easily see the progress of his or her project, taking the guessing game out of invoicing.”
To book a demo to explore Monograph’s invoicing workflow, please visit https://monograph.com/demo.