FMX enables you to invoice third parties for work you’ve performed, issue invoices for the rental of their facilities, and even manage invoices for issues related to restitution and damages. With FMX, you can streamline invoicing processes to create or grow your revenue stream.
Issue and manage invoices with improved control and flexibility
- Ensure your organization is getting paid for work performed
- Capture revenue derived from renting your facilities
- Issue invoices for a series, single, or multiple occurrences
- Streamline communications with automatic invoice notification emails communications
- Track the history of your invoices
- Post payments to support your financial processes
FMX invoicing capabilities
Frequently asked questions
How is FMX’s invoicing feature priced?
The feature is priced two ways. For commercial organizations, it is priced on a per-user basis. For K-12 organizations, it is priced on a per-student basis.
What is the implementation and onboarding process for the Invoicing feature?
Your FMX customer success manager (CSM) will help you set up the Invoicing feature and train your team. The process is straightforward and many aspects of the solution can be configured to your organization’s needs.
What do customers reveal to be the top benefits of using FMX’s Invoicing feature?
First, many customers enjoy how integrated the capability is with other features of FMX, such as event scheduling and work order management. This helps them streamline processes and produce invoices in just a few clicks all in a single system. Second, many report how easy the feature is to use, making it accessible to many across their organization to ease administration overhead.
How do other organizations use FMX’s Invoicing feature?
Organizations use the invoicing feature in two primary ways. First, in the event that they do work for another organization, the invoicing capability helps them bill for this work so they can realize revenue from their efforts. Second, organizations that rent their facilities can capture additive revenue by invoicing facility users for the time and/or resources consumed.