Today we are thrilled to announce the launch of two new product features: Invoice Capture and Bill Pay.
“The launch of Invoice Capture and Bill Pay is a giant leap in Order’s offering,” CTO Tom Jaklitsch says, “These features allow companies to track and control 100% of their spend on Order – be that physical products, services, subscriptions, or anything else. We’re excited for our customers to get a 360-degree view into when money is leaving their bank accounts, to see a timeline and aging report of all upcoming payments to make more educated decisions, and then to be able to pay all their vendors automatically regardless of whether they use check, card, or ACH.”
For years, clients have asked to manage more spend on the Order platform outside of physical goods. Finance teams that struggle to create a streamlined process to manage this spend or are using a myriad of tools to collect invoices and receipts, pay them, and process them into an accounting system have asked for solutions. These new features address both of these pain points directly by greatly expanding the types of spend Order can handle and eliminating the need for messy tech stacks and manual purchasing and payment processes.
Here’s a little bit more about each of the features specifically:
Companies can capture 100% of their spend through Order (including subscriptions and services) by uploading invoices directly on the platform or sending them to their own dedicated inbox. Users can manage their inbox of invoices on Order, enter basic information about the invoice, and mark as already paid or schedule it for payment to the vendor.
Bill payment can now be run remotely and securely through Order, eliminating the need for manual paper-based processes. Finance teams get insight into when cash is leaving their bank account, to whom it is going, and how much is expected to leave. For invoices scheduled to be paid, Order will sweep cash from the customer’s account on the date of payment and automatically make the payment to the vendor regardless of whether the vendor takes checks, card, or ACH. Customers will also get a dashboard and AP aging report of all upcoming invoices so they can clearly see when cash is leaving their account in the future, and look historically to see when it did in the past.
We are truly excited to deliver on our goal of providing finance and operations teams one platform to control and manage 100% of their spend. If you would like to learn more about how Order can help your company, click the link here to schedule a demo.