Rapid Billing is intended for small to medium size businesses that need a low cost way to manage their customer invoices and billing tasks. The site offers numerous features to optimize the process. Rapid Billing users can create a new invoice for a customer, monitor payments which are sent to the user’s bank account, and even set up friendly payment reminders when payment is late.Show more screenshots »
Rapid Billing first emerged in March of 2010, built by internet marketing firm, Search-Metro. It was created to give small and medium size businesses an easier, cost effective way to monitor their customer invoices. Headquartered in St. Petersburg, Florida, Rapid Billing still offers users a number of helpful features at prices that can fit into very tight budgets.
Businesses have their pick of billing and invoicing tools on the internet. Rapid Billing stands out because it caters to small to medium size businesses as well as non-profit organizations. By keeping costs low without sacrificing features, Rapid Billing has provided an easy solution for the average business owner. The site makes it easy to collect or remind clients of payments due without spending a lot of time on keeping books and updating files. Rapid Billing does it all accurately and quickly.
With a blue and green color scheme and professional website, Rapid Billing welcomes business owners to try the services offered. The site is neat, clean and well laid out. It is easy for a new user to stop by, check out the site, learn about features and get stated. Once the user has begun utilizing Rapid Billing, they can easily file invoices and manage payments with the user friendly interface that remains just as neat and clean as the homepage.
Figuring out where to sign up for Rapid Billing is very easy. Users can click the large blue “Get it free now” button right at the bottom center of the homepage. The user is asked to select from one of six membership types by clicking the corresponding orange “SignUp” button at the bottom of each column. The registration form will slide into view, requesting an email address, password, company name, and desired Rapid Billing URL. Payment information is also needed when choosing one of the five premium accounts.
Rapid Billing gives users six accounts to choose from, which makes it easy for a business of any size to use this handy tool. The most budget friendly membership is the free account. This allows up to five customers, unlimited invoices, and one staff member. The Basic account costs just under $7 and upgrades to include up to 50 customers and unlimited staff members. The Silver account runs just under $30 and upgrades to up to 250 customers. The Gold membership costs just under $40 and includes up to 500 customers while the Platinum account runs just under $70 and allows for up to 2,500 customers. The most expensive account is the Titanium, which runs just under $100 and allows for up to 5,000 customers.
Any small or medium size business owner or anyone in charge of accounts for a non-profit organization can appreciate the features of Rapid Billing. The six account types cover a wide spectrum of budgets, so it is easy for a business to find the perfect account to fit their income level. The site also includes many features in all six account types to make even free account registration worthwhile.