GiveReceipt, ASEAN’s first e-receipt platform has just launched several new features to further help small businesses, both online and offline. GiveReceipt has just expanded its offerings, from basic e-receipt generation to now also cover creating quotations and invoices.
Businesses can now fill in a single form on the web application and choose between sending it to their customers as an electronic quotation, invoice or receipt – with just the quick press of a button. This results in a simple and seamless documentation process for any business – removing a large amount of effort from pedantic administrative work.
“GiveReceipt now provides automatic documentation for every step of a business transaction – from start to finish” said founder David Sin. “Over the past 6 months we’ve listened very carefully to feedback and found that this feature would bring the most benefit to our users.”
Adding this latest feature to other recent updates such as logo customization, multiple-item entry, custom receipt/invoice numbers and customizable terms & conditions, GiveReceipt has truly become an all-in-one documentation app for businesses.
Built and bootstrapped by a team of Malaysian entrepreneurs, GiveReceipt launched 6 months ago to the ASEAN region. Simple and hassle-free – GiveReceipt allows users to quickly create and send out digital business documents via email.
With the recent launch of GiveReceipt Premium and an overhaul of the pricing plans to include Professional accounts – users can now send up to 100 receipts per month and customize their receipts even further, adding their own company logos and serial numbers. From as low as RM 15 per month for a yearly Premium subscription, GiveReceipt seeks to lend a helping hand to small-businesses of any type.
The service, currently available as a web-application – will soon to be followed up with apps for both iOS and Android.