Review: Ezy Invoice helps small businesses manage products, transactions, & customers

Manage your customers and products with this comprehensive yet easy-to-use invoice software.

Ezy Invoice helps you handle purchases, customers, products, invoices, transactions, and other relevant information and documents crucial to your business. It lets you store all information in organized databases, which are easy to access.

This program's free version limits you to only six customers and ten items in your inventory, which probably won't be enough for most businesses. It also doesn't allow multiuser network connections to a database. On first launch, the program's built-in wizard guides you through the process of creating a new database for your business. You'll be asked to provide different information, from company details and business type to tax information. However, it limits your profile name to only 12 letters, which seems unnecessary. The program has a layout that looks like Windows' help menu, which isn't very inspiring and takes getting used to -- but it is easy to read. It is centered on managing your purchases and other monetary transactions, letting you create invoices, estimates, and receipts with a few clicks. It also lets you add and manage vendors, customers, and inventory, as well as send quick e-mails and customer statements and add new credit notes and purchase orders. Overall, there's a lot of information you need to fill in, but once you do, it will be quite easy to use Ezy Invoice. If, by any chance, you can't find your way around this program, there is a built-in Help file with plenty of information.

Ezy Invoice is fine and easy-to-use software that, once set properly, will save a lot of time for any small business owner who needs to manage their customers, receipts, payments, and other business documents. However, if you have more than six customers or ten products (which you probably do), then upgrading to one of the paid versions seems like a necessity. Even though the software isn't cheap, the developer does offer a 30-day money back guarantee.

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