It means an efficient, reliable, and robust Accounts Receivables (AR) system is a must for the sector—and a system that recognises its unique needs. So we built it.
Uncover a number of AR functionalities tailored to the financial and accounting industry—so you get paid faster and easier. They include:
An integrated, time-tracking system that ensures accurate billing for every minute spent on a client's account.
Adaptable for both fixed-fee services and hourly rate consultations and sessions.
Manage retainers with ease and adjust invoices against prepaid amounts.
Bill based on the completion of milestones or tasks—perfect for audits.
A dedicated online hub for clients to view their service history, download invoices, make payments, and upload necessary documents.
Supports compliance with local and international accounting standards.
Handy for firms that offer ongoing services and/or have monthly retainer clients.
Set custom payment terms and automatically calculate and apply late fees for overdue payments.
Direct email and other messaging features that enable the sending of invoice details, reminders, and other comms directly to clients.
Great for firms with international clients and/or those that offer international tax services.
A structured process to address invoice and service disputes, complete with record keeping of all communications.
Gain valuable insights into outstanding receivables, client payment behaviors, and service-specific earnings that aid strategic decision making.
Smooth integration with firms’ existing financial software or tools, ensuring consistency and reducing manual data entry.
Systematic and automated reminders for overdue invoices, with the flexibility to adjust the tone and frequency of messaging based on the client relationship.
Immediate boost to our cash flow by automating the dunning—and my CFO is freed up for the pitching and growth work that matters.
Revenue grew just from using Nova—and costs are dropping. The real-time intel means more nimble decisions in a volatile market.
We lifted revenue by 12% in the first quarter, we spend less getting paid, and we’re now making data-driven decisions.