CannyBill.com helps users manage online orders and other transactions. The user can sell products and services online and bill their clients using CannyBill. The application provides forms for invoices and estimates. The user can choose to offer subscription or hourly services or can create a package option for their customers. CannyBill integrates with the user’s website so all purchases are handled without the customer navigating to a third party website. Automated payment reminders can be set up to notify clients of amounts due. The user can also set late fees and automatically suspend an account for non-payment after as many or few reminders as they like. CannyBill keeps track of recent and past invoices and allows users to set up accounts for their staff members.Show more screenshots »
CannyBill was introduced in 2009 by Dpivision LTD. The application was designed to provide companies and professionals with an easy way to sell services and products. Users could create any kind of payment system they wanted. Although more options are appealing to most, CannyBill includes a wide variety of features that not everyone will use. Most businesses will find that the four subscription tiers currently available allow them to choose a level of service that matches their budget and needs.
CannyBill.com was shut down in 2012.
CannyBill offers many services that are much like other similar applications. This type of service is relatively cut and dry, so it is hard to offer something truly different. CannyBill does manage to include an enticing list of options that include payment notifications and a number of billing choices. Users may also appreciate the reporting and forecast features built into the application.
CannyBill keeps things clean so the user enjoys a smooth, obstacle-free experience. The application is very professional in design, with hints of colors showing through status bars and reporting tools. Even though the colors may be subdued, they still add just enough visual flavor to make the interface attractive without over doing it. Users can easily learn how to navigate through CannyBill’s many features. Unremarkable as it may be, CannyBill’s user interface gets the job done.
New users can start a 30 day free trial by clicking the orange “See Plans and Pricing” button along the right hand side of the CannyBill homepage. The next page asks the user to select their preferred membership plan. The registration form will appear next and ask the user for their preferred CannyBill URL, a username, password and preferred language, time zone and currency. Business details are also requested, including the business name, email address, a first and last name for a contact person, physical address and phone number. The user is automatically taken to their new dashboard after submitting the form.
CannyBill gives users four subscription plans to choose from. The first is a free Basic plan which includes up to three active clients, 10 invoices per month, unlimited staff accounts, free upgrades, free web hosting, SSL security and email support. The Starter plan costs $7 per month and includes up to 20 active clients and unlimited invoices. The Professional plan costs $19 per month and includes up to 500 active clients. The Enterprise plan costs $29 per month and offers unlimited active clients.
CannyBill.com is a helpful tool for any professional or small business that needs to come up with a way to bill clients online. Users can oversee all of their transactions and billing tasks online from any computer with internet access. The application presents information in a clear, concise format and gives the user flexibility when deciding on how to offer their product or service for sale.