Trying to get paid for the work you have delivered can be a headache. So that’s why we’ve teamed up with MYOB PayBy to offer a service that makes getting paid not only pain free, but faster. Giving your clients convenient and easy options to pay is great for business and great for your cash flow.
This is a smart payment solution for your clients and the bonus is that you don’t need to go through the effort of setting up your own company credit card facilities.
Whether you are evaluating a trial version or getting ready to go live with Abtrac, you’ll need to adjust/enter some default settings before you start.
Typically your Abtrac account will have no data, nor any customised settings when you first login. This article contains a step by step quick guide for administrators – taking you through page by page to verify that the settings in Abtrac suit your company’s needs.
Simple, fewer pieces of information to load means you will have a faster system.
Screens such as the searches, timesheet entries, invoices, and some reports all load with the current data that is available in the system, so it’s pretty straightforward to think that making items non-current will give you a quicker response for all these pages.
AbtracOnLine allows users to generate invoices and email them directly to their clients.
AbtracOnLine also lets you choose the method by which your emails are sent.
It is important to us that your invoice management and delivery with AbtracOnLine remains reliable, even as the global email environment changes. Mail Servers and email ISPs now have more rigid practices to try and shield their users from spam, and we have adapted Abtrac to ensure your mail isn’t incorrectly bounced or blocked.
Read on for details about :
How invoices are emailed from Abtrac
How to track whether your email has been successfully received, and
What our plans are, for emailing invoices in the future
To ensure your profitability reports are as accurate as they can be, it’s a good idea to review your employee cost rates regularly. The new year is as good a time as any to check your management data is up to date.
Employee records are stored in the System Management module under System Management > Administrator > Employees.
Here you can store information only accessible to Administrators, including contact details, charge and cost rates. This is also where you assign a timesheet hierarchy and other employee settings. Once you’ve entered Employee Details you’ll then need to set up user rights and log in details from the Edit Users screen.